Is this another hit-man film? Yes. Did it really take a year to complete filming? Yes. Was it written and directed by the same guy? Yes. Does it still look interesting? Heck yes! Thrills, suspense and action seems to be this film’s modus operandi. A Company Man is out August 27, 2013 on Region A Blu-ray and DVD from Well Go USA.
Hyung-do (So Ji-sub) wears a suit and tie like any other white collar worker… except his profession is murder. He is professional contract killer — a hitman — loyal to his employer and regarded as the best in the business. But one day, to the surprise of his colleagues and his enemies, he suddenly decides to quit his job for a woman (Lee Mi-yeon). Seen as the ultimate betrayal, Hyung-do is immediately hunted down by his former employers. Will he be able to escape with his life, much less with his love? Written and directed by Lim Sang-yoon, “A Company Man” is his feature debut. Previously he worked as an assistant director on the mystery/horror films “The Cut” and “Shadows in the Palace” as well as the melodrama “The Old Garden”, all from 2007. “A Company Man” also marks actress LEE Mi-yeon’s first feature film since 2007’s “Love Exposure”. Via: Hancinema
Proutcast”s Box Art Rating: ★★★★★ Well Go does a nice job again of using the original art. If it aint’ broke, don’t fix it. The gun in his hand is actually real. And he actually fires it in the film!
A Company Man has a run time of approximately 93 minutes and is not rated.
Staring Ji-seob So & Mi-yeon Lee, Directed By Sang-yoon Lim