The Coast Guard (film)
|The Coast Guard|
The Coast Guard movie poster
|Directed by||Kim Ki-duk|
|Produced by||Kim Dong-joo
|Written by||Kim Ki-duk|
|Edited by||Kim Seon-min|
|Distributed by||Korea Pictures
|Box office||$2,440,549 |
Kang Sang-byeong is a member of the South Korean Marine Corps who is eager to shoot a North Korean spy. One evening he shoots and kills a South Korean civilian who has strayed into a forbidden zone to have sex with his girlfriend. Kang and the girlfriend of the dead civilian both have mental breakdowns. The woman believes the members of the coast guard are her dead lover, and engages in sexual affairs with them. Though commended after the shooting, Kang is dismissed from the coast guard. He then returns to kill other members of his troop. In the end he goes to Seoul and kills people at random with his bayonet.
- FIPRESCI Prize: Kim Ki-duk, "For the strong and innovative depiction of the illusion of power which destroys humanity on both sides of the fence."
- NETPAC Award: Kim Ki-duk
- Town of Karlovy Vary Award: Kim Ki-duk
- Crystal Globe: Kim Ki-duk
- Infobox data from Hae anseon (2002) at the Internet Movie Database
- "The Coast Guard". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2011-12-24.
- Synopsis from Seibert, Perry. "The Coast Guard". Allmovie. Retrieved 2007-12-12.; "Coast Guard, The; synopsis". cineclickasia.com. Retrieved 2007-12-13. and Kim Ki-duk (director and writer) (2003-02-18). 해안선 (The Coast Guard) (DVD). Seoul: 엔터원.
- Awards from "Awards for Hae anseon (2002)". IMDB. Retrieved 2007-12-12.
- "Coast Guard, The; synopsis". cineclickasia.com. Retrieved 2007-12-13.
- The Coast Guard at the Internet Movie Database
- Seibert, Perry. "The Coast Guard". Allmovie. Retrieved 2007-12-13.
- The Coast Guard at HanCinema
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