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Gang-Pae (So Ji-Sub) has risen to the #2 rank in his mafia organization by using unflinching violence. Even though he has made his name by his violent nature, Gang-Pae has a softer side and loves nothing more than to catch a matinee showing all by himself. Meanwhile, Su-Ta (Kang Ji-Hwan) is a popular actor who has a similar violent edge. Su-Ta has already knocked one actor out of commission while filming a fight scene.
One night, Gang-Pae hears that Su-Ta is drinking in the same bar and he orders one of his men to get Su-ta’s autograph. The short-tempered Su-ta refuses and this leads to a confrontation between Gang-Pae and Su-Ta.
A few days later, Su-Ta critically injures another actor while filming a fight scene. Filming now comes to a halt, because no other actors are willing to perform alongside the short tempered movie star. Su-ta then thinks backs to his confrontation with Gang-Pae and recalls Gang-Pae mentioning he performed as an extra in a film before. He then contacts Gang-Pae and offers him the co-starring role. Gang-Pae is willing to take the part, but only if they are to do the fight scenes for real.
- "Gang-pae" is the Korean word for Gangster. So Ji-Sub plays an actual gangster and is named "Gang-pae". "Su-ta" is the Korean pronunciation for the english word "star." Kang Ji-Hwan plays an actual movie star and is named "Su-ta."
- The Korean movie title for Rough Cut is "Yeonghwanun Yeonghwada," which has the literal translation of Movie is a Movie.
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