Battery (2007) (Japanese)


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Based on Asano Atsuko’s best-selling novel, Battery is all about youth and baseball. Ace pitcher Harada Takumi forms a pact with a new friend on the baseball team and strives to win the big game for his younger brother, who is terminally ill.

Director : Takita Yojiro
Genre : Sports Drama
Cast : Hayashi Kento, Kishitani Goro, Amami Yuki, Yarita Akihiro, Yamada Kenta
Runtime: 118 min
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English
Release Date: 7 September 2007
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0871975/

Big Man Japan(2007) (Japanese

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An eccentric man aged about 40 lives alone in a decrepit house in Tokyo. He periodically transforms into a giant, about 30 meters tall, and defends Japan by battling similarly sized monsters that turn up and destroy buildings. The giant and the monsters are computer-generated

Director:Hitoshi Matsumoto
Writers:Hitoshi Matsumoto (writer)
Mitsuyoshi Takasu (writer)
Cast: Hitoshi Matsumoto, Riki Takeuchi, Ua,
Release Date:
Genre:Comedy
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English

Breath (Korean) (2007)

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A love story involving a convicted prisoner who “slowly falls for a woman who decorates his prison cell.

Director: Ki-duk Kim
Writer: Ki-duk Kim
Cast: Chen Chang Jung-woo Ha Ki-duk Kim Ji-a Park
Release Date: 29 April 2007 (South Korea)
Genre: Drama
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English

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Guns and Talks (Korean) 2001


Plot

Guns and Talks: In the heart of Seoul, Korea, a band of killers-for-hire is slowly making a name for themselves in the business. Their style–kill the victims the way their clients want them to be killed, no questions asked. For this group to succeed, they need the help of each other–and an uncle who designs super cool gadgets in the privacy of his own home. However, the foursome will need more than manpower and an uncle to carry out a new mission they just accepted. Along with an intelligent detective hot on their trail, the killers must accomplish “the perfect crime” or face the consequences. Will their mischievous ways be too much of a burden or will they pull out the crime of the century?

Director: Jin Jang

Cast: Hyeon-jun Shin, Ha-kyun Shin, Bin Won, Jae-yeong Jeong, Jin-yeong Jeong,

County………South Korea
Language…….Korean
Year………..2001
Genre……….Action/Comedy/Drama
Runtime……..2hr2min
Resolution…..640×352
Video……….~1447Kbps DivX
Audio……….154Kbps MP3
Frame rate…..23Fps
Subtitles……English .srt
Ripper………PosTX

The Sun Also Rises (Chinese) 2007

The Sun Also Rises (2007)

Also Known As……..: Tai yang zhao chang sheng qi
Year……………..: 2007
Directed………….: Wen Jiang
Genre…………….: Drama
Runtime…………..: 01:56:12
Country…………..: China
Language………….: Mandarin / Russian
Subtitles…………: Ch/En
IMDB……………..: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0769507/
Cast……………..: Jaycee Chan, Joan Chen, Jian Cui,
Wen Jiang, Wei Kong, Anthony Wong Chau-Sang, Yun Zhou

Synopsis:
Loosely inspired by author Ye Mi’s novel
Velvet, Chinese New Wave director Jiang Wen’s follow-up to Devils
on the Doorstep drifts between Yunnan’s Shangri-la and the Gobi
Desert to follow four narratives exploring the roles that culture
and revolution have played in Chinese history. In the first tale,
a deranged young widow (Zhou Yun) slips on a pair of colorful
shoes that have been embroidered to resemble fish, and abandons
her only son (Jaycee Chan) to disappear into a nearby river.
Set on a university campus during the Cultural Revolution,
the second episode details the tragic relationship between
professors Liang (Anthony Wong), Tang (Jiang Wen), and
attractive doctor Lin (Joan Chen) that eventually leads the
village where the mad widow resides. After exploring the magical
texture of velvet in the third tale, Wen connects each of the
stories by traveling back in time to the Gobi Desert.

Mutt boy (Korean) 2003

Mutt Boy

Starring: Jung Woo Sung , Kim Gap Su
Director: Kwak Kyung Taek

Life has been hard for poor Chol-Min. Forced to brave the trials of this world without the loving sanctuary of a Mother’s embrace; he and his Police Detective father cope with one another’s presence as best they can.

Early on in life Chol-Min is given the moniker of Ddong gae, a Korean slang term commonly used to refer to a mongrel dog or mutt, based on his stray, wandering ways, and his simple and innocent doggy demeanor. Much like a stray animal Chol-Min aimlessly wanders through this picture from one encounter to another, establishing friendships and enemies along the way.

Korean and Chinese audio, and english and chinese subs.