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West 32nd (2007)

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A lawyer gets mixed up with Korean gangsters in New York City.

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Michael Kang
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Cho ... John Kim
Jun Kim Jun Kim ... Mike Juhn (as Jun Sung Kim)
Jun-ho Jeong ... Jin Ho Chun
Grace Park ... Lila Lee
Jane Kim ... Suki Kim
Lanny Joon ... Saeng
Hans Kim Hans Kim ... Kyuc
Chil Kong ... Detective Park
Heejun Han ... Danny (as Dante Han)
Haerry Kim ... Mama San
Joe Forbrich ... Frank Ferenti
Frank Jang Frank Jang ... Fat Cho
Elena Chang Elena Chang ... Miyun
Steve Pak Steve Pak ... Kevin Lee
Jonathan Roumie ... Lloyd
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"West 32nd" takes the cameras inside New York's gritty Korean underworld. After hustling his way onto a homicide case, attorney John Kim (Cho) finds himself thrust into a sordid world of hard realities and moral compromises after he is taken under the wing of a ruthless Korean gangster who knows no limits. Written by anonymous

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Crime | Drama

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South Korea | USA

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English | Korean

Release Date:

22 November 2007 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

We-steu-sam-ship-e-beon-ga See more »

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Budget:

$2,500,000 (estimated)
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by Emi Meyer
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This movie had HUGE lines at Tribeca
10 May 2007 | by lanaahrimSee all my reviews

I was one of SIX people who got in to see this movie the second night of Tribeca (waited 2 hours!), after unsuccessfully trying to get in the first night. After the ending credits, I was in shock because it was amazing to see an entire cast of "my peeps" up there. And the more I thought about the movie, the more I liked it - all the references to Korean-American life that were so familiar to me; the authenticity; the acting; the plot; the message; and the small bits of humor that were sooo Korean - "cola hana mashile?" I loved how John Cho portrayed the whitewashed Korean-American - so different from the still very Korean character played by Jun Kim. But their similarities were also striking - both were still ruled by their ambitions. The way I just described this movie makes it seem like it's some kind of feel-good, cheesy Korean duh-ra-ma, but it's actually a pretty dark film with an intense feel. I really hope it comes out in wide release because I would really like to watch it again!


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