"My Dictator" has completed all filming and is now in post-production phase.
"My Dictator" is based in the 1970s right before the North and South Korean summit, about a nameless actor who is chosen to stand in for Northern dictator Kim Il-sung.
Sol Kyung-gu stars as the stand-in Sung-geun and has gone through a major transformation for his character.
Park Hae-il is his son Tae-sik, who used to think of his father as the greatest but now sees him as a burden. He is a street gangster with complicated emotions towards his father and makes Park Hae-il look different from the usual characters he displays.
The final scene of the movie was taken in Changsin-dong, Seoul and involves Tae-sik in a car, talking to a woman he admires. This was a serious scene and the female character was played by Ryu Hye-young. With that, a 3-month journey came to an end and everyone patted each other on the back.
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