Starring Cho Jae-hyeon, Ahn Jae-hong
Directed by Kim Ki-duk
Collection of two films directed by Kim Ki-duk. In the documentary 'Arirang' (2011), Ki-duk has become reclusive due to a near-fatal accident suffered by a young actress during the shooting of his last film.
This film, shot entirely by the director himself as a way of recording the mindset and ongoing experience of this critical time in his life, gives a candid insight into the mind of the young man regarded as one of Korea's most esteemed movie directors. 'Crocodile' (1996), a drama, revolves around a homeless man living next to the Han River in Seoul with a boy and an old man.
Noticing a young woman (Ahn Jae-hong) trying to commit suicide in the river, 'Crocodile' (Jo Jae-hyeon) saves her life.
However, after this heroic act he proceeds to rape and abuse the woman, but she continues living with him and a relationship progresses between the four people.
- Format: DVD
- Region: 2
- Certification: (18)
- EAN: 5060103793259
- Catalogue number: TCOTTA015
- Studio: Terracotta Distribution
- Release date: 12/11/2012
- Genre: Documentaries & Biographies
- Colour: Col & B/W