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Getting into organized crime isn't easy -- as two criminally minded teens discover in this South Korean comedy from first-time director Cho Min-Ho. Hired as lookouts for a drug deal, wannabe gangsters Ki-tae and Chul-soo find themselves in hot water when the deal goes bad and the money goes missing. Desperate to get back the cash at any cost, the bumbling duo thinks they may have a fail-proof plan when Chul-soo comes into possession of a big bag of "white powder," and with the help of sympathetic prostitute Meg, Ki-tae and Chul-soo set out to unload the powder and score the cash that will get them back in good standing with the mafia. What the trio doesn't know is that the begrudged baddies have sent out muscle man Min-chul to settle the score -- and when Min-chul is on a mission, revenge is always taken personally. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi