The City of Violence

The City of Violence

Director: Ryu Seung-wan Cast: Jeong Du-hong, Lee Beom-su, Kim Seo-hyeong

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled)

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/04/2007
UPC: 0796019802635
Original Release: 2006
Rating: NR
Source: Weinstein Company
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:35:00
Sales rank: 69,371

Special Features

Disc 1: ; Feature audio commentary by director and star Ryoo Seung-Wan; Bloopers reel; Trailer gallery; Widescreen - enhanced for 16x9 television; Languages: Korean Dolby 5.1, Korean DTS, English Dolby 5.1; Subtitles: English, Spanish, English SDH; ; Disc 2: ; Deleted and alternate scenes; Blow by Blow: a behind-the-scenes exploration of the action sequences from The City of Violence; Two Against the Rest: the making of The City of Violence; 5 behin-the-scenes featurettes on the production of The City of Violence; Interview and commentary on the movie's action sequences with action director and star Jung Doo-Hung; Interviews with the caast of The City of Violence; And much more; Widescreen - enhanced for 16x9 television; Languages: Korean Dolby 5.1, Korean DTS, English Dolby 5.1; Subtitles: English, Spanish, English SDH

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeong Du-hong Actor
Lee Beom-su Pil-ho
Kim Seo-hyeong Actor
Ahn Gil-gang Actor
Ryu Seung-wan Sukhwhan
Jung Doo-hong Tae-soo

Technical Credits
Ryu Seung-wan Director,Screenwriter
Jung Doo-hong Producer
Jeong Du-hong Producer
Jang Gwang-su Sound/Sound Designer
Jo Hwa-seong Art Director
Cho Hwa-Sung Production Designer
Choi Joon Hwan Associate Producer
Kang Hye-jeong Producer
Kim Hyo-seok Asst. Director
Kim Jeong-min Producer,Screenwriter
Kim Joo-sung Executive Producer
Kim Ju-seong Executive Producer
Bang Jun-seok Score Composer
Jo Min-ho Sound/Sound Designer
Nam Na-yeong Editor
Jo Sang-gyeong Costumes/Costume Designer
Cho Sang-Kyung Costumes/Costume Designer
Kim Sun-Jin Makeup
Lee Weon-jae Screenwriter
Cho Wha-Sung Production Designer
Lee Won-Jae Screenwriter
Kim Yeong-cheol Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The City of Violence
1. Wangjae [10:29]
2. The Class of 1987 [5:28]
3. Threats & Intimidation [8:48]
4. War in the Streets [7:34]
5. Gangbusters [9:32]
6. Wangjae vs. Pilho [6:12]
7. Tampering With Evidence [5:31]
8. Beaten, but Not Defeated [7:25]
9. Party Crashers [5:02]
10. Ungrateful Dinner Guests [6:32]
11. Last Man Standing [10:41]
12. End Credits [5:14]

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The City of Violence 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Don't let the title fool you, or the cover art featuring high kicking, swords, suits and spiked hair all set in high contrast black and white. THE CITY OF VIOLENCE fails to live up to the level of excitement it promises, yet still manages to be a solid, if predictable, film. You all know the story mill by this point... the death of a friend brings together a wayward band of brothers all bent on discovering the truth behind the murder. Was it just punks out for a thrill kill or something deeper, darker and more mysterious? Place your bets on black and spin that wheel and hold on tight. You'll need a firm girp to get through some of the most wooden and by the numbers staging of plot and story (some of which, while stock, does manage to offer up at least one original moment set back in 1987), all of which goes on too long, with too much talk and too much revealed so early that by the time you get to the BIG SURPRISE, you've seen it coming a mile away. But what of the promised violence? Not bad. It moves, it flows, it features some very creative run, tumble and kicking action that you almost can overlook the fact that the first big set piece of the film is a wholesale lift from THE WARRIORS (that and a FATBOY SLIM video). A great movie and one worth paying respect to, but placed in here seems like overkill, and something of a cheat. Normally films from the other side of the world tend to set the bar, not limbo under under them, but THE CITY OF VIOLENCE seem content to follow the groove and dance to someone else's tune. Also, there's not enough of it, said violence that is. For a story so standard, you'd think there'd be less of it and more action, but this is not the case. For the brave, take the time to watch the film with the english dub track on while running the english subtitles underneath, at times what's being said and what is being displayed seems like two different films. The subtitles give more background details into motives (very helpful), while the dub breezes along like a Cliff's Notes version of the film. It's interesting to view at least once. Although there is nothing very original about THE CITY OF VIOLENCE, it is a solid film. And if you've already bought the best, then this one will fit neatly in the the rest. For collectors only.