Deaf Sam-yong (1929 film)
|Revised Romanization||Beongeori Samryong|
|Directed by||Na Woon-gyu|
|Produced by||Baek Chan-gi or Na Woon-gyu|
|Written by||Na Woon-gyu|
|Starring||Na Woon-gyu (Beongeori Samryong);
Ju Sam-son (Oh Saeng-weon's son);
Lee Geum-yong (Oh Saeng-weon) ;
and 1,000 extras
|Distributed by||Na Woon Kyu Productions|
Beongeoli Sam-ryong (Deaf Sam-ryong) is a 1929 Korean film written, directed, produced by and starring Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). It premiered at the Choseon Theater in January 1929. It was the fifth film produced by Na Woon-gyu Productions, and its failure with the public was blamed for the bankruptcy of that company.
The plot concerns Sam-ryong, a deaf servant who is in love with his landlord's daughter-in-law. Critics praised the final scene of the film, in which the house burns, as a work of pioneering and experimental film making.
- Deaf Sam-yong at the Internet Movie Database
- Images from Beongeoli Sam-ryong at The Korean Film Archive (KOFA)
- A Deaf, Sam-ryong (Beong-eoli Samryong) at The Korean Film Archive (KOFA)
- Kim, Kab-ui (2001). Chunsa Na Un-gyu chonjip: ku saengae wa yesul (춘사나운규전집: 그생애와예술). Seoul: Chimmundang. ISBN 89-303-0877-5.
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