THIS IS NOT A CHINATOWN BOOTLEG!
It’s the real thing and it’s finally here — West 32nd on DVD (packed with extras!).
You’ve been waiting a long time for this day to come. This is the movie you’ve heard about or caught at its festival run throughout the world (Tribeca Film Festival, Pusan Film Festival, etc.). Get it where all DVDs are sold or rented.
Tell your friends!
-West 32nd Team
Pre-order on AMAZON: http://www.amazon.com
Add to your NETFLIX Queue: http://www.netflix.com
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.w32nd.com
FACEBOOK FAN PAGE: http://www.facebook.com
PATHFINDER PICTURES: http://pathfinderpictures.com/
Pathfinder Pictures presents
a film by Michael Kang
featuring John Cho, Jun Kim and Grace Park
When John Kim, an ambitious young lawyer, takes on a pro bono case to exonerate a fourteen-year-old boy from a first degree murder charge, he finds a world he never knew existed in the underbelly of Manhattan -the Korean underworld. Infiltrating the knotty and complex realm of Korean organized crime to search for clues, he meets his match, MikeJuhn, a rising soldier in the syndicate. Recognizing John’s determination and daring, Mike brings John into his confidence, furtively drawing him into his scheme to re-shuffle the Korean underworld. Though they become fast friends, they just as quickly end up trying to outfox each other as they discover they’ll both do anything to win.
A NOTE FROM JOHN CHO:
When I came to Los Angeles to pursue acting 10 years ago, it felt like I was one of very few Korean American guys in town. In the years since, the situation has changed dramatically – I would never have guessed then that there would be so many prominent Korean American actors working today. And it’s been so exciting to see that growth paralleled by the growth of Korean cinema in the global market.
Actor West 32nd
A NOTE FROM GRACE PARK:
Themaking of West 32nd, with its story, characters and cast, was an absolute gem of an experience. From the moment I read the openingsequence I was enthralled with the tapestry of visual stories that spun around you, seducing you into the underground world that lives andbreathes on Manhattan’s West 32nd.
Upon meeting the cast at ourtable read the first day, it was apparent that we were in the presence of casting magic, which became transformed into charismatic, compelling, inviting and dark performances and characters. It is hard to take your eyes off of these people as they live on screen.
Being a part of this film was really important to me. It represents discovery. Discovery of myKorean heritage, peers, working in the Korean language, and the Koreanfilm market. As well for the audience, there’s an unveiling, learning and exploration of this unique covert subculture. And finally I had apersonal revelation of myself involving self-image, perception and awareness because of my experience of and interactions from playing”Lila”.
This film comes at an excitingtime with Hollywood and Korea reaching out to each other, broadening and deepening their horizons. This film is a rich symbol of thatconsummation. Support and watch West 32nd and be a part of history. Thanks Grace Park
Actress West 32nd