The hit list 1993 online dating
The hit list 1993 online dating
Meanwhile Kang Woo-suk's big budget Silmido, in which he played a tough but loyal military trainer, became the first film ever to sell 10 million tickets in Korea.Meanwhile Ryoo Seung-wan's Arahan (2004) presented Ahn with yet another new challenge: wire action.
Interview excerpts: What are your criteria for selecting a film? The script should be somewhat unconventional; that's how I get engaged in a film.
"The quality of the screenplay and the subject matter, particularly the subject matter. I don't like melodramas." [Cine21, #50, Apr 30, 1996] Partial filmography: Sector 7 (2011) The Fair Love (2009) My New Partner (2008) May 18 (2007) Radio Star (2006) A Battle of Wits [Hong Kong] (2006) Hanbando (2006) Duelist (2005) Arahan (2004) Silmido (2003) The Romantic President (2002) Chihwaseon (2002) The Last Witness (2001) Musa (2001) My Beautiful Girl, Mari (2001, voice) Kilimanjaro (2000) Truth or Dare (2000) Black Hole (1999) Nowhere to Hide (1999) Art Museum by the Zoo (1998) Spring in My Hometown (1998) The Soul Guardians (1998) Taekwondo (1998) Bedroom and Courtroom (1998) The Adventures of Mrs.
Park (1996) Festival (1996) Eternal Empire (1995) The Taebaek Mountains (1994) To the Starry Island (1993) Two Cops (1993) The Blue In You (1992) White Badge (1992) The Dream (1990) North Korea's Southern Army (1990) Chilsu and Mansu (1988) Gagman (1988) The Age of Success (1988) Our Sweet Days of Youth (1987) A Wanderer in Winter (1986) Hwang Jin-yi (1986) Eunuch (1986) Deep Blue Night (1985) Eo-Woo-Dong (1985) Whale Hunting (1984) Warm Winter Was Gone (1984) Between the Knees (1984) People in a Slum (1982) Misty Village (1982) Mandala (1981) A Small Ball Shot by a Dwarf (1981) Fine Windy Day (1980) The Apron (1964) The Housemaid (1960) Teenagers' Rebellion (1959) The Twilight Train (1957) Shim Eun-ha (b.
In 2002, after rumors surfaced of an engagement which was later called off, Shim decided to give up her entertainment career.
In the ensuing years, despite periodic rumors that she would resume her film career, Shim has tried her best to remain out of the public eye, studying in France and taking up painting.
First gaining wide notice in Lee Jang-ho's acclaimed Fine Windy Day and Im Kwon-taek's artistic breakthrough Mandala, he also starred in some of the biggest hits of the 1980s by Bae Chang-ho (Whale Hunting, Deep Blue Night, Our Joyful Young Days), and in debut works by acclaimed filmmakers Park Kwang-su (Chilsu and Mansu), Jang Sun-woo (The Age of Success) and Lee Myung-se (Gagman).
In the 1990s he continued to take high-profile roles, such as Jung Ji-young's Vietnam War drama White Badge and the politically-themed North Korea's Southern Army, the smash hit Two Cops by Kang Woo-suk, Park Kwang-su's To the Starry Island, Im Kwon-taek's The Taebaek Mountains and Festival, Lee Kwang-mo's acclaimed Spring in My Hometown, and Lee Myung-Se's Nowhere to Hide.
Ahn also took an active role in supporting Korea's Screen Quota System after the US began to place pressure on Korea to abolish the system in the late 1990s.
The early 2000s has seen Ahn continue to balance more popular works with films by veteran directors.
Later that year Art Museum by the Zoo, which presented a more down-to-earth side of the actress, saw her win over more critical praise for her acting abilities.
Throughout this period, Shim consistently topped magazine polls as the most popular actress in the film industry.
His oldest surviving feature is Kim's masterpiece The Housemaid (1960), which continues to amaze audiences to the present day.