Mr. Socrates

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Mr. Socrates
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Theatrical poster
Hangul
Revised Romanization Miseuteo sokeurateseu
McCune–Reischauer Misŭt‘ŏ sok‘ŭrat‘esŭ
Directed by Choi Jin-won
Produced by Kim Sang-oh
Choi Yong-gi
Written by Choi Jin-won
Starring Kim Rae-won
Kang Shin-il
Lee Jong-hyuk
Yoon Tae-young
Park Sung-woong
Music by Sung Ki-wan
Cinematography Jin Yong-hwan
Edited by Park Gok-ji
Release date
  • November 10, 2005 (2005-11-10)
Running time
109 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Box office US$6,380,076[1]

Mr. Socrates (Hangul미스터 소크라테스) is a 2005 Korean crime film.

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Asking for money to his father imprisoned in jail, threatening a friend who became a murderer by mistake, stealing money from his friends... Ku Dong-hyuk (Kim Rae-won) is the worst scumbag you can ever imagine. Living a low-life like a street dog, one day, Dong-hyuk gets kidnapped by a mysterious gang. Being captured out of no reason, the gang trains Dong-hyuk in a secret and inhumane way repeatedly. Dong-hyuk tries to escape but fails, which makes the training more harsh and cruel than before. After finishing all the training, the gang orders Dong-hyuk to become a police detective as their secret connection.

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