Make It Big (film)

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Make It Big
Make It Big poster.jpg
Hangul 일단 뛰어
Revised Romanization Ildan Dwieo
Directed by Jo Ui-seok
Produced by Yoo In-taek
Lee Soo-nam
Written by Jo Ui-seok
Starring Song Seung-heon
Kim Young-jun
Kwon Sang-woo
Lee Beom-soo
Music by Kim Hyeong-jun
Hwang Tae-gyu
Cinematography Kim Cheol-ju
Edited by Ham Sung-won
Distributed by Korea Pictures
Release dates
  • May 10, 2002 (2002-05-10)
Running time 120 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Make It Big (Hangul: 일단 뛰어; RR: Ildan Dwieo) is a 2002 South Korean comedy film. Song Seung-heon, Kim Young-jun and Kwon Sang-woo play three high school students who are startled when a bagful of money and a dead man fall on top of their car. Once they realize just how much money is in the bag, they give up any thought of calling the police.

Plot[edit]

Three high school boys seem to have little in common, but one day they happen to sit next to each other at the back of the classroom. They soon become good friends, though they are always arguing or teasing each other. One day as they're jumping over the school wall, a thief falls out of nowhere and passes out right in front of them. He is holding a bag full of dollars. Not knowing what to do, they decide to take the bag first and think things out later. Meanwhile, Ji-hyeong is a rookie detective on his 100th day at the station, and is always busy trying to catch criminals ranging from drug dealers to petty thieves. Hearing that a usurer’s house had been robbed, he goes to investigate the case. But he gets orders to close the case, and he starts to get curious. He decides to continue investigating, in secret. Seong-hwan, Woo-seob and Jin-won have long since forgotten how scared they were at the beginning, and they are having a spending spree. Ji-hyeong’s investigation brings him closer and closer to them. Meanwhile, others are looking for the bag of cash too, and they are closing in on them fast.

Cast[edit]

Notes[edit]

Song and Kwon became close friends in real life, and later starred together again in the 2008 film Fate.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yi, Chang-ho (27 April 2007). "KWON Sang-woo in KIM Hae-gon Action Noir". Korean Film Council. Retrieved 2013-05-27. 

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