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Blood Rain (film)

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Genre  Mystery, Thriller
Duration  
Language  Korean
6.8/10 IMDb

Director  Kim Dae-seung
Music director  Jo Yeong-wook, Lee Ji-soo
Country  South Korea
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Release date  May 4, 2005 (2005-05-04)
Writer  Dae-seung Kim (script editor), Seong-je Kim, Won-jae Lee
Screenplay  Kim Dae-seung, Lee Won-jae, Kim Seong-je
Cast  Park Yong-woo (In-Kwon), Ji-na Choi (Man-shin), Ji Sung (Du-ho), Oh Hyeon-Kyeong (Kim Chi-sung), Suk-Won Chang (Soldier 1), Cha Seung-Won (Won-Kyu)
Similar movies  Jo Yeong-wook composed the music for Blood Rain and Tell Me Something

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Blood Rain (Hangul: 혈의 누; RR: Hyeolui Nu) is a 2005 South Korean film. A murder mystery set in 1808, it touches on historical prejudice against Roman Catholicism in the Joseon Kingdom. Although primarily a period thriller, director Kim Dae-seung weaves together an unconventional mix of styles—a puzzle-box mystery plot traditionally associated with detective fiction, class-conscious social commentary, lush cinematography, sets and costume design, and a flair for gore.

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Plot

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It is 1808 on Donghwa Island, a small island with a technologically advanced paper mill. The presence of the mill has spawned a bustling village, and given its townspeople a certain degree of wealth. With climate and trees perfectly suited for papermaking—and a location remote enough to ensure both privacy and secrecy—the island has established a profitable business in high quality paper, with trade routes stretching as far away as China.

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This isolated and largely autonomous island begins to be plagued by a string of gruesome murders. However, it's not just the mounting death toll that is causing residents to worry, but the sadistic, methodical way in which the victims were killed. With the killer still on the loose, the government sends in special investigator Wonkyu to crack the case. While conducting his dogged investigation, he soon uncovers myriad hidden secrets, tracing the murders back to an incident that occurred some seven years earlier, in which the former owner of the mill was executed for practicing Catholicism. The townspeople, for their part, are convinced that the dead man's ghost has come back for revenge. As the young officer digs deeper into the island's dark past, Wonkyu discovers that there may be something even more frightening than the murders or the murderer—a truth that will make him question the depths of human nature.

Cast

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  • Cha Seung-won as Wonkyu
  • Park Yong-woo as In-kwon
  • Ji Sung as Du-ho
  • Yoon Se-ah as So-yeon
  • Choi Ji-na as Manshin
  • Oh Hyun-kyung as Kim Chi-sung
  • Choi Jong-won as Royal emissary Choi
  • Chun Ho-jin as Commission agent Kang
  • Awards and nominations

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    2005 Chunsa Film Art Awards
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  • Best Film
  • Best Director – Kim Dae-seung
  • Best Supporting Actor – Park Yong-woo
  • Best Cinematography – Choi Young-hwan
  • Best Editing – Kim Sang-bum, Kim Jae-bum
  • Best Lighting – Kim Sung-kwan
  • Technical Award – Shin Jae-ho

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    2005 Grand Bell Awards
  • Best Art Direction – Min Eon-ok
  • Best Costume Design – Jung Kyung-hee
  • Nomination – Best Film
  • Nomination – Best Director – Kim Dae-seung
  • Nomination – Best Supporting Actor – Park Yong-woo
  • Nomination – Best Original Screenplay – Lee Won-jae
  • Nomination – Best Cinematography – Choi Young-hwan
  • Nomination – Best Editing – Kim Sang-bum, Kim Jae-bum
  • Nomination – Best Lighting – Kim Sung-kwan
  • Nomination – Best Planning – Kim Mi-hee
  • Nomination – Best Visual Effects – Han Tae-jeong (Insight Visual), Jeong Do-an (Demolition), Shin Jae-ho (Mage)
  • 2005 Blue Dragon Film Awards
  • Technical Award – Shin Jae-ho (Special Make-up Effects)
  • Nomination – Best Film
  • Nomination – Best Director – Kim Dae-seung
  • Nomination – Best Supporting Actor – Park Yong-woo
  • Nomination – Best Cinematography – Choi Young-hwan
  • Nomination – Best Lighting – Kim Sung-kwan
  • Nomination – Best Art Direction – Min Eon-ok
  • 2005 Korean Film Awards
  • Best Supporting Actor – Park Yong-woo
  • Best Art Direction – Min Eon-ok
  • Best Visual Effects – Shin Jae-ho
  • Best Sound – Kim Suk-won, Kim Chang-seop
  • Nomination – Best Director – Kim Dae-seung
  • Nomination – Best Supporting Actress – Choi Ji-na
  • Nomination – Best New Actress – Yoon Se-ah
  • Nomination – Best Screenplay – Lee Won-jae
  • Nomination – Best Cinematography – Choi Young-hwan
  • Nomination – Best Music – Jo Yeong-wook
  • 2006 Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival
  • Grand Prize
  • 2006 Baeksang Arts Awards
  • Best Film
  • Nomination – Best Actor – Cha Seung-won
  • Nomination – Best Screenplay – Lee Won-jae
  • References

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