"Accidentally Fired Bullet" Selected as Best Korean Film

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"Accidentally Fired Bullet" Selected as Best Korean Film

The film 'Accidentally Fired Bullet' and the director Im Kwon-taek have been selected as best Korean movie and best Korean director in a survey of 101 movie experts, including directors, actors and screenplay writers, by the 'Monthly Chosun' magazine.
'Accidentally Fired Bullet', which was made in 1961 and starred Kim Jin-kyu and Moon Jung-sook, was recommended by 48 respondents, followed by 'Seopyonje' and 'Arirang', which got 28 and 24 recommendations, respectively.
Director Im was recommended by 59 experts as the best Korean director, followed by Yoo Hyun-mok and Kim Ki-young who were selected by 56 and 35 experts, respectively.
Kim Seung-ho and Kim Ji-mi were selected as best actor and actress in the survey.
Each expert recommended three films, three directors, three actors and three actresses.
Kang Joo-an : jooan@joongang.co.kr
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