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- Movie: The Boat (English title) / No Boys, No Cry (Japanese English title)
- Revised romanization: Boteu
- Korean: 보트
- Japanese: ノーボーイズ、ノークライ
- Director: Kim Young-Nam
- Assistant Director: Junya Ikegami
- Writer: Aya Watanabe
- Producer: Lee Joon-Ho
- Cinematographer Takahiro Tsutai
- Release Date: May 28, 2009
- Runtime: 115 min.
- Genre: Crime / Drama
- Distributor: Sponge (Korea), Phantom Film (Japan)
- Language: Japanese, Korean
- Country: Japan, South Korea
Hyeong-Gu (Ha Jung-Woo), a young Korean, visits Japan by boat three or four times a month to help with middle-aged Bo-Gyung’s (Lee Dae-Yeon) smuggling business. It is always Tooru (Satoshi Tsumabuki), a young Japanese man, who welcomes him there. Hyung-gu and Touru sacrifice themselves for the sake of their families, money, and friendship. One day, Bo-Gyung orders them to kidnap a woman named Ji-Su (Cha Su-Yeon) and take her to Japan, and this changes their future in an unexpected way.
- "Boat" opened at #10 during its opening weekend. The film screened on only 58 screens, pulling in 5,919 viewers and accounting for 0.3% of all tickets sold that weekend.
- Through its theatrical run in South Korea, "Boat" sold a total of 13,687 tickets.
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