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Nightmare
Nightmare
Theatrical poster to Nightmare
Director Yu Hyun-mok
(유현목)[1]
Producer Kim Tai-soo
Planner An Seung-jun
(안승준)
Kim Jong-won
(김종원)
Screenplay Park Seong-jo
(박성조)
Assistant director Park Seung-gwan
(박승관)
Lee Myeong-sik
(이명식)
O Gok-do
(오곡도)
Art director Lee Mun-hyeon
(이문현)
Music Kim Dong-jin
(김동진)
Cinematographer Lee Seok-chul
(이석출)
Editor Yu Jae-won
(유재원)
Lighting Kim Chang-seok
(김창석)
Sound recording Choi Hyung-rai
( 최형래)
Property Lee Sang-gu
(이상구)
Production studio Tae Chang Enterprises
(태창흥업)
Released June 29, 1968
Running time 85 min.
Debut theatre Myeongbo
(명보)
Attendance 14,000
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KMDb profile

Nightmare (악몽 / 惡夢 - Akmong) is a 1968 film directed by Yu Hyun-mok.[1]

SynopsisEdit

A young Korean brother and sister living in Japan move to North Korea. When they become aware of the harsh conditions in the country, they attempt to escape. The brother dies during the escape, but the sister is rescued by a friendly North Korean. The sister and the North Korean fall in love and decide to escape to South Korea, but the North Korean dies during the escape.[1]

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NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "악몽" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-22.

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