“Sigh” ( cor. 숨 ) is a South Korean film directed by Kim Ki Duk .
|Producer||Kim Ki Duk|
|Kim Ki Duk|
|In the main|
|Chen Chang |
Joong Woo Ha
Kim Ki Duk
|Operator||Sun Jong Mu|
|Film company||Cineclick asia |
Kim Ki-Duk Film
|Budget||OK. 370 million KRW (about 500 thousand USD|
|A country||The Republic of Korea|
The dimensions of the film set for the film were extremely compact, which, according to the director's plan, more contributed to immersing the viewer in the events  .
A young housewife sculptor named Yong discovers that her husband is cheating on her with another woman. Wandering around the city, she recalls that she saw on television a report about a prisoner named Zhang Jin, a young man who was sitting on death row and attempted suicide. She goes to prison and seeks to meet him, posing as his mistress. After dating dates become regular, and her husband finds out about what is happening.
|Joong Woo Ha||Yong's husband|
|Gan Ying-Hyun||young inmate|
|Kim Ki Duk||prison warden|
Awards and nominations
- 2008 - Fantasporto Award
- Special Jury Prize of the Orient Express Section - Kim Ki Duk
- 2007 - Cannes Film Festival
- Golden Palm - Kim Ki Duk
- “Sigh” on the Internet Movie Database
- "Sigh" (eng.) On the site allmovie