Park Chan-wook, the Korean filmmaker behind Oldboy, Girl Vengeance, Thirst, Stoker, and Resolution to Depart, is ready to supply and co-write the historic drama movie Conflict and Revolt for Netflix. This would be the filmmaker’s first collaboration with Netflix, which may flip into one thing extra if he enjoys his expertise working with them.
Conflict and Revolt tells the story “of two childhood buddies, portrayed by Gang Dong-won and Park Jeong-min, who grow to be adversaries.”
Gang leads the movie as “the enigmatic Cheon-young, a personality whose outstanding martial prowess defies his humble origins as a slave. Struggling to interrupt free from the chains of servitude, Cheon-young combines allure and motion.”
Park Jeong-min takes on the function of Jong-ryeo, “Cheon-young’s former grasp and scion of the Joseon dynasty’s most influential navy household. After passing the navy service examination, Jong-ryeo turns into King Seonjo’s private guard, resulting in a heart-wrenching reunion along with his former good friend. The function requires delving into the complicated psyche of a person torn between friendship and obligation.”
The film is directed by Kim Sang-man (Midnight F.M.) from a script by Shin Chul and Park Chan-wook. The solid additionally contains Cha Seung-won, Kim Shin-rock, Jin Solar-kyu and Jung Sung-ill.
Cha portrays King Seonjo, “a monarch who abandons his folks on the onset of the Japanese invasion, however who seeks to revive his fame and authority after the conflict.” Kim portrays “a resolute member of the civilian militia who defies social norms and confronts obstacles.” Jin performs the function of “a civilian militia chief descended from the standard ruling class who emerges as an inspiring pressure amid the chaos of invasion.” Jung performs “an intimidating Japanese warlord who acknowledges Cheon-young’s extraordinary swordsmanship.”
This appears like it should find yourself being an ideal movie.