In the 1970s, during the height of political corruption, Gangnam, the southern part of Seoul is starting to be transformed into a developed area. Childhood friends Jong-dae and Yong-ki struggle to get by, until their shanty homes are demolished by local thugs. Desperate for cash, they get involved in violent political clashes, and are separated during one of the skirmishes. Three years later, Jong-dae lives as an honest man with former gang leader Kil-su. Meanwhile, Yong-ki has joined Seoul's most powerful criminal organization, the Myeongdong-pa. As a gangster, Yong-ki is entangled in a high-stakes battle over land in Gangnam, all in the name of putting together secret presidential election funds that drive up the value of the city. As the gangs fight over the rights to various plots of land, Yong-ki is captured and interrogated by a rival gang. The southern part of Stransformed into a developed area.
This is Gangnam Blues (2015) Free Download Page. This page contains Gangnam Blues (2015) Free Movie Link, Gangnam Blues (2015) Full Movie Online, Gangnam Blues (2015) Watch Online HD, Gangnam Blues (2015) Full Movie Free Download in HD, Gangnam Blues (2015) Movie Download Google Drive. You can free download Gangnam Blues (2015) by direct link Or Watch Online for Free. Enjoy Gangnam Blues (2015) HD Movie Free Download.
User 1 Review:
I just can't stand "true stories' that wander far off the truth path, especially when the falsehoods are used as plot devices. Also when autism is used as a means to characterize personalizes and we don't really scratch the surface of the condition there is a gaping hole in a story that does't need to be there. Understanding autism would greatly balance a movie that stays much too safe. The story is beaten over our heads as we are taken by the hand and guided as if we are unable to understand how predictable the movie is. All that said, if your cup of tea is USA Today type movies that are empty calories and feel good endings this is for you. But for some X + Y = ZZZZZZZ. Final Score: 5.0/10
User 2 Review:
With an exceptionally British touch to it, 'A Brilliant Young Mind' may not be everyone's cup of tea, but the heartfelt and touching story will win a lot of people over. Asa Butterfield does a brilliant job of portraying an autistic young man who struggles to express or understand his feelings about everything except for Maths which is his guiding light. Along the way, he meets various people who have different effects on him and help him to understand that perhaps there is more to life than he previously thought. At its core, it's about finding your place, particularly when you feel a bit different, and that is something that a lot of people will relate to.
User 3 Review:
WHAT I LIKED: 'x+y,' (or 'A Beautiful Young Mind' as it's known in the US) is simply one beautiful and emotionally engaging character study that will have you laughing, crying, tensing and smiling throughout. Few movies capture the magic of so many people whilst still retaining the tension and beauty to keep audiences engaged throughout, but a strong script and great performances help to do this whilst delicately bringing some serious themes along the for the ride.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: The story intentionally ends with much left out, but I'd have personally appreciated an 5 extra minutes to develop things a little more.VERDICT: A great character study that engages and intrigues more than most. A very, very good movie indeed.