Boat (2009 film)
Director Kim Young-Nam
Music director Yoshinori Sunahara
Country Japan South Korea
Screenplay Aya Watanabe
Language Japanese Korean
|Writer Aya Watanabe (screenplay)|
Release date May 28, 2009 (2009-05-28)
Initial release May 28, 2009 (South Korea)
Cast Ha Jung-Woo (Hyung Gu), Satoshi Tsumabuki (Toru), SuYeon Cha (Ji-su)
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Tagline They are in the same boat for one last chance.
Boat (Korean: 보트, translit. Boteu; Japanese: ノーボーイズ、ノークライ, alt. title No Boys, No Cry, formerly known as House) is a 2009 film directed by Kim Young-nam and starring Ha Jung-woo and Satoshi Tsumabuki in the lead roles. It is a South Korean-Japanese co-production. The film charts the experiences and cross cultural friendship of a couple of smugglers.
Hyung-gu, a young smuggler, was raised by his boss Bo-kyeong after his mother left him when he was six years old. Hyung-gu's boss asks him to work with a Japanese man named Toru; Toru needs the money to support his younger sister. Hyung-gu and Toru are forced to live on Hyung-gu's boat and kidnap a Korean woman named Ji-su, which leads to trouble.
The boat that rocked trailer
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