Official Trailer for South Korean Stock Market Scam Thriller 'Money'
"You'll never get a chance like this." CJ Entertainment has debuted the official US trailer for a South Korean stock market scam thriller titled Money, the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Park Noo-ri. Money is about an aspiring stockbroker in Seoul who dreams of making big money. But being a rookie without the right connections makes it difficult for him to survive in the cut-throat world of stock exchange market. So when he is approached by "The Ticket", an anonymous mastermind who secretly controls the stock market, he takes the chance despite the dire consequences. Well, that sounds damn good. The film stars Ryu Jun-yeol, Yoo Ji-tae, Cho Woo-jin, and Kim Jae-young. Thanks to CJ Ent., the film is getting a US release later this month, just one week after it opens in Korea. And it looks fantastic! You need to watch this trailer.
Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for Park Noo-ri's Money, direct from CJ's YouTube:
Aspiring stockbroker Il-hyun (Ryu Jun-yeol) dreams of making big money, but his lack of experience and connections in the stock market make it difficult for him to achieve his dreams. One day he is approached by 'The Ticket' (Yoo Ji-tae) an anonymous mastermind who secretly controls the stock market. Despite looming consequences, Il-hyun acquaints himself with ‘The Ticket’. After connecting with ‘The Ticket’, Il-hyun starts climbing the ladder and making billions like he had always dreamed, but as he gets more successful, things start to get tricky. The film takes a dramatic turn when ‘The Hound’, an informant from the Financial Supervisory Services, begins to track their every move. The film walks the fine line of anticipation for justice and empathy for Il-hyun. Money is both written and directed by Korean filmmaker Park Noo-ri, making her feature directorial debut after working as an assistant director previously. CJ Ent. will release Park Noo-ri's Money in select US theaters starting March 29th. Who wants to watch this film?
WooJin is in so many works lately.
DAVIDPD on Mar 22, 2019
'I just wanted to be rich.'. Seriously?
shiboleth on Mar 22, 2019
Seriously what? That's a pretty common desire for a lot of people.
Alex Billington on Mar 22, 2019
Well, there are consequences of that 'pretty common desire' for many more of those denominated as 'a lot of people'. Crime is just one of those denominators that describe it (as suggested in this trailer). And getting rich means making other people poor. The pool of wealth is not infinite and the scale of it is always moving toward making some people more fortunate and others more unfortunate. So, seriously, he just wanted to be rich, not knowing anything else? That deed shouldn't go unpunished ...
shiboleth on Mar 23, 2019
Ohhhh I certainly agree! But that doesn't make it any less common, nor does that change the fact that a lot of people are still addicted to money. Movies won't reflect what you're saying for years and years until society changes...
Alex Billington on Mar 23, 2019
Well, I also have to agree with you. And to state, from time to time, things that are important. Films always somehow use that situation. But sometimes they are good in pointing out some trends. I mean, stock exchange market, the place where desire to get rich can bring about the constellation for the next economic crises ('Margin Call' was not bad in that sense, right?) is some kind of the signpost, right? Anyway, nice talking to you ...
shiboleth on Mar 23, 2019
Scammed while trying to trade? I was and I thought I’d lost ALL my investments but thank God I met welovetheearth040 @gma!l dot com who helped me to recover all my stolen money
shauna michelle on Apr 29, 2019
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