Vengeance Trilogy Box Set (7discs/region3)
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Director:Park Chan-Wook
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:Crime, Thriller, Action
Language:Korean
Subtitles:English, Korean
Sound:Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, DTS
Release Date:Aug 20, 2007
Publisher:Enter One
Product Made In:South Korea
Aspect Ratio:2.35:1, 1.85:1
Case:Deluxe Case
Region Code: 3, NTSC
Single Side Dual Layer

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Product Details
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
Disc 1: Feature with commentaries (3 tracks)
Disc 2: Special Features
- My Boksu Story
- In Process of Mr.Vengence
- Production Note
- Moving Continuity
- Staff Interview
- OST & Photo
- International Trailer
- Easter Egg

Old Boy
Disc 3: Feature with commentaries (2 tracks)
Disc 4: Special Features
- Making of Documentary part 2 - Flashback, Production
- All that Background - Production Design, Computer Graphics, OST
- I want to tell you my story
- Le Grand Prix de Cannes
- Deleted & Alternate Scenes

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
Disc 5: Feature Color Version with commentaries (2 tracks)
Disc 6: Feature B/W Version with commentaries (2 tracks)
Disc 7: Special Features
- Complete of Vengeance Trilogy
- Making Of
- Lee Geum-Ja Meets
- Style
- Alternate Scenes
- 62nd Venice Film Festival
- Promotion
- Photo Reading Man (NEW)
- Park Chan-Wook's Recommend Short Film (NEW)
- Get Together (NEW)
About Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance

One of the year’s most controversial films from JSA director Park Chan-wook, a subversive allegory of the relationship between labor and capital. Needing money for his sister’s operation, a man is convinced by his anarchist girlfriend into kidnapping an industrialist’s daughter. When the girl is accidentally killed, her father exacts brutal revenge while being targeted for death himself. Extremely violent and powerful, with few concessions toward commercial considerations, the film marks Park’s breakaway from the blockbuster mentality.