Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
Stills from 'Revolver' starring Jeon Do-yeon have been released
The movie 'Revolver' released tone and mood stills that capture the atmosphere of the movie.

'Revolver' is a movie about Sooyoung, a former police officer who went to prison for all his crimes and heads straight toward one goal after being released. 'Revolver' has released tone and mood stills that capture the hot and cold temperature of anger.

Still conveys the impressive tone and mood unique to 'Revolver' by creating a great contrast between Soo-young (Jeon Do-yeon), who moves straight toward her goal with an expressionless expression, and the vivid colors of the colorful background. Suyeong, who risked everything but was betrayed, shows quiet boiling anger and loss on her face. In addition, Sooyoung's steps pass through a bar with colorful lights and head toward a deserted forest, raising expectations for another unique color of 'Revolver'.

Characters that are intertwined with Sooyoung and will give off a strong presence also stand out. Andy (Ji Chang-wook), who promised her a large reward, but broke his promise, lives up to his nickname of a perfumed mad dog and exudes a dangerous aura that makes him feel as if he will explode if touched. The still of Yun-seon (Lim Ji-yeon) crouching down creates a contrast between the light reflected from the headlights and her dark expression, leaving a deep afterimage with just one shot.

Director of photography Kang Kuk-hyun said, "There were many scenes where the main character hides and suppresses his emotions rather than directly revealing them, so I tried to maximize the light around the characters. I hope the audience can feel the various elements of light on their faces depending on the narrative. “He said that the main focus was on bringing out the sensuous mood unique to ‘Revolver.’ 'Revolver's' unique mise-en-scène will further highlight the psychological tension that arises as various characters become entangled and the fun brought by the strange chemistry between the characters.

‘Revolver’ will be released in theaters on August 7th.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter bella@tenasia.co.kr translated by google