Recall Lee Jung-Jae’s Seong Gi-hun Squid Game? The entertainer has now turned chief with a film, named Hunt. The South Korean film, promoted to be a surveillance activity spine chiller, debuted at the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Friday.
The film was screened at Grand Theater Lumiere, the fundamental scene of the world’s most renowned film celebration under the non-contest segment, and it is accounted for that the film got three-minute overwhelming applause.
‘Lee Jung-Jae, The Star Of Squid Game, Directorial Debut ‘Hunt’ At Cannes!
Lee, additionally an entertainer in the film, and lead entertainer Jung Woo-sung stood together and expressed gratitude toward the crowd, who applauded and supported the 131-minute film that portrays the knowledge battle between South and North Korea during the tactical system during the 1980s.
Chase is the tale of two opponent knowledge specialists in South Korea, Pyong-ho (Lee) and Jung-do (Jung), who independently pursue a North Korean covert operative releasing highly confidential data that could endanger public safety. It is Lee’s most memorable film where he works behind the camera in his 30-year acting vocation, during which he has featured in around 40 movies and TV series. He has likewise composed the content of his lady film.
Chase is additionally his most memorable undertaking following the worldwide sensation Squid Game, which got Lee a few significant acting awards in the United States, including best lead entertainer at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
He said his film appears to zero in on the long term between the Korean clash, yet he attempted to reveal insight into the past bad behaviors committed by a couple to impel individuals to participate in counterfeit news, misleading publicity, or political control.
It appeared in the Midnight segment and got great notification both for his featuring turn, yet additionally his ability behind the focal point as essayist and chief. He goes along with me on this exceptional release of Behind the Lens from Cannes where we discuss the difficulties of taking on various jobs in the creation of the film, which likewise brags bounty activity, as well as every one of the valuable open doors the outcome of June 10, 2022, 5:09 pm Deadline While at the Cannes Film Festival last month I had the opportunity to plunk down on the oceanfront and talk with the multi-capable Lee Jung-Jae, the SAG Award-winning and vigorously Emmy-hummed star of Netflix’s worldwide peculiarity Squid Game. He was at the world’s most well-known movie celebration however to debut his first executive exertion for a component film, Hunt.
It appeared in the Midnight segment and got great notification both for his featuring turn, yet additionally his ability behind the focal point as essayist and chief. He goes along with me on this unique version of Behind the Lens from Cannes where we discuss the difficulties of taking on numerous jobs in the creation of the film, which likewise brags bounty activity, as well as every one of the open doors the progress of Squid Game has opened up for him on a worldwide premise — in any event, for a man hotshot in South Korea and a 30-year veteran of the business.