Fresh Footage From Kim Jee-woon's Korean Western THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE WEIRD

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It's over schedule and so badly over budget that it's had to move to a larger production company to get the funds needed for completion but Kim Jee-woon's upcoming Korean western remains very high on our list of anticipated titles around here. Why? As a director Kim - at the controls of A Bittersweet Life, A Tale of Two Sisters and The Foul King - seems simply incapable of making a bad film and when you give someone with his immense visual talents a stellar cast that includes Song Kang-Ho, Lee Byung-Hun and Jung Woo-Sung and it seems like pure gold. Plus, it's a full on period western. Made by Koreans.

The first footage from the film arrived online a while back thanks to a Korean news broadcast and now a more extensive reel of footage has arrived online via the same means. Yeah. Very, very cool. You'll find the new clips embedded in the ScreenAnarchy Player below the break.

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Find the first clips here
via Quiet Earth

sarkoffagusFebruary 19, 2008 1:35 AM

I'm excited about this film. I love each of Kim Ji-woon's movies, and this one looks great!

J HurtadoFebruary 19, 2008 3:54 AM

DAMMIT! I'm at work and I can't watch video! This is my number one most anticipated film right now. I'm going to be all antsy all day now!

NovastarFebruary 20, 2008 6:31 PM

The most stylish director in South Korea.He is one of those directors that do not dissapoint.