The Murder Detectives is a dramatic new documentary series, which will be stripped across three nights, following every twist and turn of a police investigation into the horrific murder of a teenager.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Murder Detectives - Memories of Murder - Netflix
Memories of Murder (Hangul: 살인의 추억; RR: Salinui chueok) is a 2003 South Korean crime-drama film co-written and directed by Bong Joon-ho. It is based on the true story of Korea's first serial murders in history, which took place between 1986 and 1991 in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province. Song Kang-ho and Kim Sang-kyung star as Detective Park and Detective Seo, respectively, two of the detectives trying to solve the crimes. The film was the second feature film directed by Bong, following his 2000 debut film Barking Dogs Never Bite. The screenplay was adapted by Bong and Shim Sung-bo from Kim Kwang-rim's 1996 stage play about the same subject. The film's cinematography, as well as Song Kang-ho's performance, earned it wide praise.
The Murder Detectives - Awards - Netflix
2003 Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Film Best Director – Bong Joon-ho Best Actor – Song Kang-ho Best Supporting Actor – Park No-shik Best Screenplay – Bong Joon-ho, Shim Sung-bo Best Cinematography – Kim Hyung-koo Best Editing – Kim Sun-min 2003 Busan Film Critics Awards Best Director – Bong Joon-ho Best Screenplay – Bong Joon-ho 2003 Grand Bell Awards Best Film Best Director – Bong Joon-ho Best Actor – Song Kang-ho 2003 Tokyo International Film Festival Best Asian Film 2003 Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Cinematography – Kim Hyung-koo 2003 Korean Film Awards Best Film Best Director – Bong Joon-ho Best Actor – Song Kang-ho Best Screenplay – Bong Joon-ho and Shim Sung-bo Best Cinematography – Kim Hyung-koo Best Editing – Kim Sun-min 2003 Director's Cut Awards Best Director – Bong Joon-ho Best Actor – Song Kang-ho Best Producer – Cha Seung-jae 2004 Festival du Film Policier de Cognac First Prize Premier Prize
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