The DVD is coming out later this month in Korea.
No english subs though.
01-17-02, 09:03 PM
boy that's strange - Korean movies coming out on DVD in HK first and now Chinese movies coming out on DVD first in Korea. What gives here?
01-18-02, 12:51 PM
The problem is, the HK releases of Korean movies have been in Full Screen... well, most anyways.
At least Korean releases of HK/China movies are in the proper OAR and prabably anamorphic...
02-25-02, 12:39 PM
The Korean DVD was just released (it was delayed) and it does indeed have english subs. It looks like they removed the soundtrack CD though.
02-25-02, 01:00 PM
I found the film interesting mainly because it takes place in the present and we seldom get the opportunity to see modern day China depicted in film. The story (based on Vittorio De Sica's 1948 film "Ladri di biciclette") of two boys from different social classes fighting over the ownership of a bicycle, tends to drag and become redundant. An engaging film which fails to be completely satisfying.