"The Age of Shadows" has been revealed.
Director Kim Jee-woon's "The Age of Shadows" starring Song Kang-ho and Gong Yoo is being expected as any other 10 million viewer movie.
Song Kang-ho and director Kim are operating on their fourth film together. "The Age of Shadows" is according to the 1920s about anti-Japanese independence workers' plots and betrayals.
Warner Brothers from Hollywood is making an investment 1 billion won into generating and distributing the movie.
The motion picture stars Song Kang-ho, Gong Yoo, Han Ji-min, Sin Seong-rok, Eom Tae-goo and more. The movie has been officially invited to the 41st Toronto World Film Festival and the 73rd Venice Foreign Film Festival.
"The Age of Shadows" had a premiere at the 4th in Apgujung and director Kim said, ""The Age of Shadows" is a undercover agent action movie. Western videos are based totally in the Bloodless War yetthe japanese Invasion was onceeasiest for a Korean one".
"We put detail in the locations. We made up our minds on Shanghai which has constructionsthe appropriate age to create the atmosphere. We put differentiation in our movie viataste and colour of the full movie".
The movie feels relatively like "The Assassination". Kim said, "I watched "The Ultimate Princess" and spotted IT had a identical feel to my movie. "The Age of Shadows" follows the interior of time. It also questions, 'Where would you live?' and 'In what history would you leave your call in?'"
Song Kang-ho takes on the role of Lee Jeong-chool, a Japbecame Joseon cop. Lee Jeong-chool is a true existing character,
Song Kang-ho said, "It turned intotoughto precisethe sentiments of this character, but it was appealing at the similar time".
In regards to taking part alongside Director Kim, "It's been 8 years since now we have worked together. We are like pals and brothers".
He continued, "I do notmethod "The Age of Shadows" binary. I am hopingall and sundry thinks of the those who lived in the ones times when they watch the movie".
Gong Yoo takes on the role of Kim Woo-jin, the leader of the independence circulate who approaches Lee Jeong-chool for information.
His role relies on a genuinepersonality named Kim Si-hyeon and he said, "I saw references about the motionopposed to the Japanese. I set aside my non-publicemotions and concentrated on what a pace-setterwill have to be".
About operating with Song Kang-ho, he said, "Song says I am like a monster. The time hole made the speech difficult, which was difficult for me, but I took after him when I saw him rehearse his lines on set".
Han Ji-min takes on the role of Yeon Gye-seon, a key member of the independence movement and assistant to Jeong Chae-san.
She said, "I trulyconcept hard about my character because she is a pitiful one. I wondered if I generally is agirl all by herself in an independence movement".
She works with other actors her age like Gong Yoo and Sin Seong-rok. "I am glad to have met just right friends. Dramas don't give much time to mingle with every other, so here isthe primary fourth dimension onein truth talked to my fellow co-stars".
Sin Seong-ro plays Jo Hoi-ryeong, whilst Eom Tae-goo plays Hasimoto, a Japanese police officer.