Asian Film Awards
Director: Hae-Young Lee
Genre : Action
Won-ho is a police detective attempting to bring down Asia’s biggest drug cartel run by a man called Mr. Lee. He has been seen by no one, and as a result, a lot of drug dealers have been posing as Mr. Lee to conduct illegal trades. One day, Won-ho’s team rescues an explosion survivor, Rak. When he tries to escape from the hospital in order to find out about the fate of his mom and pet dog, the police catch him and discovers that he had been working in Lee’s gang. When Won-ho reveals his mother to be dead, Rak teams up with the police to seek revenge against the boss responsible for his mother’s death and dog’s poor condition.
Lee Hae-young is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. He wrote and directed his debut feature “Like a Virgin” (2006) along with the director Lee Hae-jun, and won several awards for Best New Director and Best Screenplay. Lee is known for his first solo feature “Foxy Festival” (2010) is a comedy that intends to show that people with seemingly abnormal sexual tastes as SM, transvestism, and doll fetishism are in real life absolutely normal.
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