Director Kim Chang-joo of “HARD HIT” expressed his feelings about his first directing challenge.
On the afternoon of the 16th, a preview and press conference of the movie “HARD HIT” were held at CGV Yongsan I-Park Mall in Seoul. Director Kim Chang-joo and actor Cho Woo-jin attended.
Kim Chang-joo, who has worked as an editorial staff member for “The Terror Live” and “Going to the End,” said, “What I felt while editing the movie has never been thought of simply editing it. What’s different from editing is that the point of talking about breathing and acting with the actor was different.”
“I can feel the density of the movie in my head, but I talked with the actors about how to make it,” he said. “I had to go into Sung Kyu’s fear. It’s an intuitive animal character, and I talked a lot about it with Cho Woo-jin. I tried to express the extreme situation that Sung-kyu was facing. I tried to extract a lot of energy from there. I had no choice but to follow the actor’s performance.”
“HARD HIT” is a downtown chase thriller in which the bank center manager Sung-kyu (Cho Woo-jin) receives a mysterious call to mark the number of calls that “the bomb explodes as soon as he gets off the car” on his way to school. It will be released on the 23rd.
[Yang So-young, Star Today reporter]
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