Formato de imagen: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1, Color, NTSC
Fomato de sonido: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0
Subtítulos: English, Korean
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Having your debut film presented as the closing film at the 10th Pusan International Film Festival is quite a feat, but Hwang Byung-kuk's Wedding Campaign was definitely deserving of the venue. Wedding Campaign is a pleasant mainstream film that well demonstrates where South Korean cinema is headed if things continue to go well and South Korean cinema continues to push itself as it has here. The story revolves primarily around Hong Man-taek (Jung Jae-young - Guns & Talk, Someone Special), a 38-year old farmer who has yet to find a wife, much to the anguish of his mother (Kim Ji-yeong, who won a Grand Bell Award for her role in Invited Guests, was in Lovers of Woomook-baemi, and recently Arahan ) and his own disappointment. Knowing his opportunities are limited in their village, his grandfather (Kim Seong-gyeom - Fool Hunting, The Last Present) learns of an organization that assists Korean men in finding Korean-Uzbek women to marry. His best friend Hee-chul (Yu Jun-sang - Nightmare, Tell Me Something) is also single and encourages his friend to take the trip by going along with him. Arriving in Uzbekistan, Hee-chul's Casanova facade helps him initially but eventually he begins to believe his lies and loses what he could have had, while Man-taek's pathological insecurities around women make him quite undesirable. Man-taek's translator, Kim Lara (Soo Ae) realizes her work is cut out for her and the extreme pressure from her boss doesn't make turning Man-taek into an acceptable mate all that much easier.