Low Life (film)
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Poster to Low Life (2004)
|Revised Romanization||Haryu insaeng|
|Directed by||Im Kwon-taek|
|Produced by||Lee Tae-won|
|Written by||Im Kwon-taek|
|Music by||Shin Jung-hyeon|
|Edited by||Park Soon-duk|
The life of gangster, Choi Tae-woong is followed through the tumultuous events of the second half of the 20th century in Korea.
- Jo Seung-woo as Choi Tae-woong
- Kim Min-sun as Park Hye-ok
- Kim Hak-jun as Oh Sang-pil
- Yoo Ha-jun as Park Seung-mun
- Bocchi, Pier Maria (November 2004), "Haryu Insaeng (Review)", Cineforum (in Italian), pp. 63–64.
- Elley, Derek (2004-09-13), "Film reviews", Variety, p. 47.
- "Haryu Insaeng (Review)", Venice Film Festival Catalogue (in Italian), 61, pp. 60–61., September 2004
- "Im Kwon-taek's Retrospective". 5th Festival of Korean Cinema in Italy. 2007. Retrieved 2007-10-31. External link in
- Marshall, Lee (2004-11-19), "Low Life (Haryu Insaeng)", Screen International, p. 30.
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