Mother Soundtrack with Won Bin's Autograph
마더

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Product Information
Director:Bong Jun-Ho
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release Date:Jul 16, 2009
Publisher:Musikdorf
Product Made In:South Korea
Case:CD Case



Product Details
(*) Won Bin's own autograph on the product.

Tracks:
춤 Prolog (1:27)
복수? (1:57)
눈망울 (0:51)
축제 (1:31)
혈흔 행진곡 (0:30)
고양이 소리 (1:17)
부서진 우산 (Ver. 2) (2:59)
부서진 우산 (0:35)
질주 (1:23)
살떡소녀? (2:03)
마더 - 나무 한 그루 (2:06)
미행, 어둠 그리고 진실 (0:50)
심연 (1:43)
Unveil (1:30)
그날 밤 (4:40)
마더 (0:26)
꿈 (2:01)
울지마 (1:07)
마더 - 도준의 선물 (0:26)
춤 Epilog (2:01)
축제 (Full Ver.) (1:07)
About Mother
The Host director Bong Joon Ho presents a different kind of monster in a searing, subversive mystery thriller that rips through the facade of small-town Korea. Veteran actress Kim Hye Ja delivers a commanding performance as the devoted mother who goes to desperate extremes to protect her mentally disabled son, played by popular actor Won Bin (Taegukgi) appearing in his first film in five years. Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, Mother opened in Korea to blockbuster reception, proving to be another commercial and critical hit for Bong.

Seemingly normal people and places peel away to reveal an unsettling portrait of small-town Korea gone wrong in Mother. When mentally slow Do Joon (Won Bin) gets arrested for murder, his mother (Kim Hye Ja) faces an uphill battle to clear his name. Everyone including the police are convinced that Do Joon is the culprit, but she knows that her son wouldn't kill. She begins to dig left and right to find the real killer herself, but her sleepy hometown holds many secrets that are best left unturned.

AWARDS:
* China Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival - Best Actress
* Busan Film Critics Association Awards - Best Film, Best Actress & Best Cinematography
* Festival De Cannes - Official Selection un certain regard
* New York Film Festival - Official Selection
* Toronto Film Festival - Official Selection

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