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Market (1965 film)

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Market (1965 film)

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Theatrical poster for Market (1965)
Directed by Lee Man-hee[1]
Produced by Lee Jong-byeok
Written by Lee Du-hyeong
Starring Shin Young-kyun
Music by Jeon Jong-kun
Cinematography Lee Byeong-sam
Editing by Kim Hee-su
Distributed by Dong Yang Films Co., Ltd.
Release date(s)
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Market (시장 - Shijang) is a 1965 South Korean film directed by Lee Man-hee. It was awarded Best Film at the Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony.[2][3]


Bok-nyeo, a mentally handicapped woman, supports her lazy husband by selling apples at the public marketplace. When her husband abandons her for another woman, another man who sympathizes with Bok-nyeo, kills him.[4]




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Preceded by
Sad Story of Self Supporting Child
Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Film
Succeeded by
Flame in the Valley
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