The 11th Annual New York Asian Film Festival runs from June 29th through July 15th in NYC. South Korea, 2012 133 minutes, in Korean with English subtitles Directed by: Yun Jong-Bin Starring: Choi Min-Sik, Ha Jung-Woo, Jo Jin-Woong, Ko In-Beom South Korea existed beneath military dictatorships up until the 1980s, but that only encouraged black market dealings and illegal activity for illicit profit. In 1990 though, President Roh Tae-woo’s fledgeling democracy came out strong against organized crime and went so far as to declare war on the criminals behind it all. Caught up in the mass of arrests is the very unassuming Choi Ik-hyun (Choi Min-sik). He’s tasked with telling the police as much as he can about his time in Korea’s mafioso, but as his story unfolds from the beginning it becomes clear that Ik-hyun is either a criminal mastermind… or a bumbling idiot.