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Movie: Coin Locker Girl (English title) / Chinatown (Korean English title)
Revised romanization: Chainatawoon
Director: Han Jun-Hee
Writer: Han Jun-Hee
Producer: Ahn Eun-Mi, Jo Dong-Ki, Yoon Kyoung-Hwan, Kim Jung-Sook
Cinematographer: Lee Chang-Jae
Release Date: April 30, 2015
Runtime: 110 min.
Genre: Crime / Women / Award Winning
Distributor: CGV Arthouse
Country: South Korea
SUBTITLES : ENGLISH - KOREAN
Il-young is an abandoned baby girl in the cabinet of a subway station. Eight years later, it is sold to an unscrupulous woman in charge of the Chinatown neighborhood crime known as 'the mother', becoming a member of her family of abandoned children. Only those who are useful can survive in the environment of the underworld and the girl will be forced to become the best and the most fearful. Her hardness begins to waver after she has met a young chef with her "mother".
Kim Hye-soo as Ma Woo-hee / Mother
Kim Go-eun as Ma Il-young
Park Bo-gum as Park Seok-hyun
Go Kyung-pyo as Chi-do
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