West 32nd on DVD

Michael Kang’s West 32nd was on the film festival circuit last year. If you missed it here’s your chance to watch it on DVD. You’ll recognize both John Cho and Grace Park in this US/Korea joint production. Here’s a synopsis:

When John Kim (John Cho), an ambitious young lawyer, takes on a pro bono case to exonerate a fourteen-year-old boy from a first degree murder charge, he finds a world he never knew existed in the underbelly of Manhattan -the Korean underworld. Infiltrating the knotty and complex realm of Korean organized crime to search for clues, he meets his match, Mike Juhn, a rising soldier in the syndicate. Recognizing John’s determination and daring, Mike brings John into his confidence, furtively drawing him into his scheme to re-shuffle the Korean underworld. Though they become fast friends, they just as quickly end up trying to outfox each other as they discover they’ll both do anything to win.

Get the West 32nd DVD on Amazon.


* 16:9 Anamorphic Aspect Ratio

* Audio Commentary with Director Michael Kang and Actors John Cho and Jun Kim

* Deleted Scenes

* Production Gag Reel

* Music Video for Heather Park’s “Leave Me To Dream

* Interview with writers Michael Kang and Edmund Lee

* Official Trailer

You can also catch John Cho on Flash Forward.

West 32nd Trailer

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