13 de jun de 2007

Grand Bell Movie Awards 2007

Grand Bell Movie Awards 2007 - South Korea
Top Prizes!

Best Film and Best Screenplay: Family Ties (director Kim Tae-yong's, Blue Storm production company).
Read the review: http://www.koreanfilm.org/

Best Actress: Kim A-jung (200 Pounds Beauty).


Best Cinematography: Park Hyun-cheol (200 Pounds Beauty).

Best Music: Lee Jae-hak (200 Pounds Beauty)

200 Pounds Beauty - "Hanna (Kim A-jung, from When Romance Meets Destiny) is a lip sync vocalist for Ami, the famous Korean pop singer. Even though she is always ignored because of her appearance, she has been a bright and lighthearted girl until Amy humiliates her in front of Sang-jun, her secret love. At last she makes a decision of a lifetime to have plastic surgery all over her body. Her unrequited love gets any return?"
Credits: directed by Kim Yong-hwa (Oh! Brothers), based on a Japanese manga by Suzuki Yumiko, starring Joo Jin-mo (Happy End).

Best Actor: Ahn Sung-ki (Radio Star)

Radio Star (directed by Lee Jun-ik)"The year 1988 saw a bunch of flashes in the pan in the pop music industry, and has-been rock star Choi Gon (actor Park Joong-hoon) was one of them. After his only hit song 'The Rain and You', he became involved in drug problems, mob fights, and now sings in a café in the countryside. He one day gets into a fight with one of the customers at the café, and needs bail money to get released from a lockup. Desperately trying to free him, his manager Park Min-soo (Ahn Sung-ki) comes up with the solution to send Choi Gon to a radio station in a far, remote town in the suburbs as a DJ, so that the radio station can pay for the bail. Helpless and bewildered, Choi Gon now has to DJ in front of a few dozen listeners..."

Best Director: Bong Joon-ho (The Host)

Best Editing: Kim Sun-min (The Host)

Best Supporting Actor: Kim Yu-seok (Tazza)

Best Costumes: Tazza

Directed and written by Choi Dong Hoon, based on a Korean comic book (by Heo Yeong Man and Kim Se Yeong) , the plot finds the gambling-addicted hero, Go Ni (Jo Seung Woo), losing his savings and his sister's alimony money to bad luck and crooked adversaries. Desperate to win it all back, he seeks tutoring from an old pro, Pyeong Gyeong Jang (Baek Yun Shik), then gets further instruction, as well as T.L.C. from Madam Jeong (Kim Hye Soo), a gambling ace.
Credits: director of photography, Choi Yeong Hwan; edited by Shin Min Gyeong; music by Jang Yeong Gyu; production designer, Yang Hong Sam; produced by Cha Seung Jae and Kim Mi Heui; released by C J Entertainment. South Korea, 2006. Running time: 139 min.

Best Supporting Actress: Shim Hye-jin (Over the Border)

Best New Actress: Jo Yi-jin (Over the Border)

“The greatest strength of TV producer An Pan-seok's debut film is its almost anthropological approach to the everyday lives of North Koreans and Northerner exiles in South Korea.” (http://www.koreanfilm.org/)

Best Visual Effects, Art Direction: The Restless

Best New Actor: Ryu Deok-hwan (Like a Virgin)

Best New Director: Kwon Hyeong-jin (For Horowitz)

For Horowitz - "Uhm Jung Hwa (Princess Aurora) is Ji Su, a thirty-something single woman who once had dreams of becoming a famous pianist. Ji Su idolized Horowitz and was determined to taste similar success herself, but her dream was shattered one day, altering her destiny. She now teaches young children how to play and one day she discovers Gyung Min, a young boy with exceptional talent. Ji Su throws all of her focus into improving Gyung Min's raw skills, projecting her own desires for fame and fortune onto him. But when Ji Su enters the young lad into his first competition all does not go as planned. It is then revealed that Gyung Min carries with him a secret - one that will change Ji Su's life forever."

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