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Tazza: The Hidden Card (2014)

Tajja: Sineui son (original title)
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Go-ni's nephew, Ham Dae-gil, enters the gambling underworld only to be used as a scapegoat in a deal gone wrong. Now he's planning his revenge by entering one big fatal game.


Hyeong-Cheol Kang


Hyeong-Cheol Kang (screenplay), Sang-bum Cho (screenplay) (as Cho Sang-bum) | 4 more credits »
2 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »





Credited cast:
Seung-Hyun Choi ... Ham De-gil
Se-Kyung Shin ... Heo Mi-na
Yoon-seok Kim ... A-gwi
Hae-Jin Yoo ... Ko Gwang-ryeol (as Hae-jin Yoo)
Lee Hanee ... President Woo (as Ha-nui Lee)
Do-won Kwak ... Jang Dong-sik
Kyeong-yeong Lee ... Kko-Jang
In-kwon Kim ... Heo Gwang-chul
Jeong-se Oh Jeong-se Oh ... Director Seo
Hyo-ju Park Hyo-ju Park ... Gambling House Assistant Manager
Su-hee Go Su-hee Go ... Madame Song
Jin-gu Yeo ... A-gwi's Pupil
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jin-Woong Bae Jin-Woong Bae ... Ghost's house bum
Jong-ryol Choi Jong-ryol Choi ... Professor
Kap-Soo Han Kap-Soo Han ... President Choo


Go-ni's nephew, Ham Dae-gil, enters the gambling underworld only to be used as a scapegoat in a deal gone wrong. Now he's planning his revenge by entering one big fatal game.

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Bet your life on the table


Crime | Drama


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Joon-ik Lee: Gambler. See more »


Follows Tazza: The High Rollers (2006) See more »

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Stylish but lacks substance, still watchable though
16 January 2015 | by KineticSeoulSee all my reviews

Another style over substance movie from Korea. Sure it's watchable but it just isn't a satisfying film. With the direction mostly being predictable and doesn't have the factors that would grip the audiences enough to even care. Maybe the fan girls of the singer Choi Seung-hyun. Who is all about trying to portray him as cool to the max. Which is alright, since there is nothing wrong with having a protagonist that tries to act cool all the time. But when the movie is just mainly about trying to appear cool and stylish, it doesn't necessarily equal a good movie. This movie goes from point A to point B to point C and for the most part it becomes a bit tedious because of the formulaic direction of it all. The main drive for this movie is the cool factor when it comes to using trickery with cards. But like I said some fan girls might really eat up the protagonist trying uber hard to appear cool and stylish. So I can only see fan girls getting attached to a character in this movie. Don't get me wrong it's a watchable movie and it at least doesn't really get dry. I also liked the colorful cinematography but overall it's mostly forgettable. I recommend checking out the first film "Tazza: The High Rollers" which is most definitely a way better film.


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Release Date:

3 September 2014 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$24,106, 21 September 2014

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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