The President's Barber Trailer

The President's Barber Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004 Drama, Comedy, History 116 mins

A well-meaning but politically naive barber gets pulled into the inner circle of the South Korean dictator Park Chung-Hee, with rather baleful consequences for his hapless family. This sharp political satire covers roughly twenty years in South Korean political history, from the viewpoint of the barber's son.

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Cast

Song Kang-ho

as Seong Han-mo

Crew

International Titles

大統領の理髪師 Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 2004

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