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Director  Tae-Yong Kim
Music director  Kim Woo-Geun
Duration  
Country  South Korea
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Tae-Yong Kim
Writer  Tae-yong Kim
Language  Korean
Set Me Free (2014 film) movie poster
Release date  November 13, 2014 (2014-11-13)
Initial release  November 13, 2014 (South Korea)
Cast  Choi Woo-shik (Yeong-jae), Sin-cheol Kang (Director), Kim Soo-hyun (Chang-won), Jang Yoo-sang (Min-jae), Yang Ik-Joon (Beom-taes father)


Similar  Take Care of My Cat, Punch (2011 film), Han Gong ju

Set Me Free - trailer


Set Me Free (Hangul: 거인; RRGeoin) is a 2014 South Korean autobiographical coming-of-age film directed by Kim Tae-yong. Choi Woo-shik won Actor of the Year at the 19th Busan International Film Festival, where the film also received the Citizen Critics' Award. Set Me Free was released in theaters on November 13, 2014, and drew 23,979 admissions.

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Plot

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Yeong-jae grew up at Isaac's Home, a group home where he was entrusted as a child by his immature and reckless father. Now a sixteen-year-old high school student, he is told that he is now too old to remain at the group home. Yeong-jae will do anything than return to his father, so to extend his stay, he lies that he wants to become a priest and enter a Catholic boarding school. In fact, Yeong-jae doesn't believe in God, having learned to rely only on himself, and even secretly steals then resells donated goods. To show his religious faith, he attends mass regularly while fawning over the facility director and curate. Beom-tae, Yeong-jae's only friend at the home, disapproves of this insincerity, but he also understands since he himself has reached the home's maximum age. Having found nowhere else to go, Yeong-jae gets so desperate to stay that in the face of the director's growing suspicion of him, Yeong-jae turns his back on Beom-tae. Then one day, his father visits the group home, this time to leave his younger brother Min-jae there, and Yeong-jae's rage and despair reaches its breaking point.

Cast

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  • Choi Woo-shik as Yeong-jae
  • Kim Su-hyeon as Chang-won
  • Jang Yoo-sang as Min-jae
  • Kang Shin-chul as Director
  • Shin Jae-ha as Beom-tae
  • Park Joo-hee as Yoon-mi
  • Lee Min-ah as Chang-won's mother-in-law
  • Park Keun-rok as Curate
  • Park Myung-shin as Yoon-mi's mother
  • Kim Jae-hwa as Yeong-jae's mother
  • Seo Gil-ja as Yeong-jae's aunt
  • Yang Ik-june as Beom-tae's father
  • Yoon Seung-hoon as Homeroom teacher
  • Lee Jae-joon as Preacher

  • Set Me Free (2014 film) Korean Movie Set Me Free 2014 Main Trailer
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    Set Me Free (2014 film) Set Me Free 2014
    Set Me Free (2014 film) Video Added new trailer poster and stills for the Korean movie

    References

    Set Me Free (2014 film) Wikipedia
    Set Me Free (2014 film) IMDb Set Me Free (2014 film) themoviedb.org


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