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Hi Dharma (Limited Edition)

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Product Details
director: Park Cheol-Gwan
genre: Comedy
subtitle: English, Korean, Chinese, Japanese
language: Korean
audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
release date: Sep 22, 2015
company: King Media
made in: South Korea
aspect ratio: 1.85:1
case: Slip Case

Region Code: A, NTSC

36 pages photo album includes

Special Features:
- Director/Actor Commentaries
- Cast & Crew
- Making Film
- Outtakes
- Theatrical Trailers
- Music Video

Also Known As
Let's Play, Dharma
A group of professional thugs get the short end of the stick and run for their lives by hiding in a Buddhist temple. The monks are suddenly placed in a position where they have to live with the crooks. As they await the saving phone call of their boss they become an annoying presence for the monks training in the way of the Buddha.They get a grant to stay at the temple, but then they also must train as monks. The monks and the thugs become gripped in a taut tug of war to see who wins. Allof a sudden the thugs have to live a temple life, instead of the luxuries they used to enjoy before. Can they eventually bade farewell in good will to themonks? Well, go see the movie.

After losing a bloody battle between a rival gang, Jae-gyu and his men become fugitives on the run and hide in a temple secluded in a mountain. At the temple, they find a group of disciplined monks who live in a peaceful and tidy way. Jae-gyu and his gang sees this a great opportunity and ask the monk to let them stay. Denying them at first, later the monks permit them, but for only one week.
One week passes, but Jae-gyu and his men don't budge. So a new war between the gangsters and the monks begins. It's a test of strength and intellect to find out who gets to stay and who gets kicked out. The rule of the game is simple. "If you win 3 games out of 5, the group who wins has the final say." From a 3000-bow Buddhist ritual to a diving match and Korean poker, it's a gruesome war of wit and perseverance.
Finally, Jae-gyu's gang manages to stay after a long battle of sweat and tears. The temple's Head Monk accepts them and permits them to stay longer. But the new rule is tough. "You want to stay, then you must obey the rule... the rule of Buddha!" Now, "No Work, No Food" is strictly applied to Jae-gyu and his gang... "Oh, man! Life ain't easy!"

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More Information
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Genre: Comedy
Duration: 95mins
Certification: 12
Released: Nov 24, 2001

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Production: CineWorld
Distribution: CineWorld, Cineclick Asia

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