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16th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival

Three Important Things for Roc
Korea | 2006 | 28min | COLOR | Drama | Musical


Punk maniacs worship the legendary Japanese rock band ‘Guitar Wolf’. This eccentric band, which recruits a member based on his rudeness rather than his musical talent, visited Korea in April of 2006. Even they might fall down backstage, they show the world their No.1 kicks on stage, never take off their leather jacket even under the blazing sun, and wear sunglasses even when they go to bed. Following their every move from live shows to international film festivals, the film attempts to capture the spirit of Rock ''n'' Roll.

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Jung Byoung-gil

Jung Byoung-gil graduated from An-Yang High School of Arts and attended Seoul Acton School, which is well-known for its action training for film stunts. His short films such as < Why Mr. Tae-suk?>(2003), < Standing on the Edge of Knife>(2004), < Excuse Me, I'm Poor>(2006) were screened at many film festivals and won awards several times. His recent work < Three Important Components for Rock ’n’ Roll> is invited to many film festivals.

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