First Footage from Kim Ji-Woon’s The Good, The Bad, and The Weird

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I haven’t been keeping up with Kim Ji-Woon’s latest, a Korean Western called “The Good, The Bad, and The Weird” in recent months, mostly because it’s Korean and I don’t have that much insight into Korean movie news; plus, I just assume it’ll be out when it’ll be out, and leave it at that. But anyhoo, the first footages from the movie, courtesy of a Korean news broadcast, has appeared online.

The boys at Twitch had this to say about Kim Ji-Woon’s movie:

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…

All that’s probably true, but I’ll be damn if these footage don’t look pretty cool. Then again, what would you expect from the guy who did “A Bittersweet Life” and “A Tale of Two Sisters”?

Here’s another news broadcast of the flick featuring some footage, also from Korea:

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