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David Widtfeldt 7 years ago
Best boxing movie I have ever seen.
Joey Cody over 5 years ago
lunamoth 7 years ago
Seiji Kurihara over 7 years ago
Crying Fist (주먹이 운다, Jumeoki Unda) is a 2005 South Korean film written and directed by Ryu Seung-wan. Jobless, besieged by creditors, and abandoned by his wife, the once silver medalist Tae-shik has sunk to street hustling, becoming a human punching bag. Meanwhile, young Sang-hwan's delinquent ways land him behind bars. Both men look to boxing to turn around lives gone astray, aiming for the amateur title, ultimately pitting them against each other, but more importantly, against themselves. Iain Macleod, Eye For Film Jamie Woolley, BBC Total Film Todd Brown, Twitchfilm Berge Garabedian, JoBlo
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