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The President's Barber

Movie, 2004, 116 minutes
The President's Barber
The personal barber to the president, as well as his wife and only son, get tangled in the political chaos that gripped South Korea in the late 1900s.
The movie The President's Barber was released in 2004 and lasts 116 minutes. This political dramedy starring award-winning actor Song Kang-ho ("The Host") became a local box office hit. Mature Themes, Coarse Language, Violence This movie is Inspiring, Deadpan.

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Score: 7 of the 10

Follows a president's barber, his wife, and their only son through four decades of tumultuous Korean history.

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Audio: Korean [Original]
Subtitles: English;French;Simplified Chinese;Arabic;Traditional Chinese

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