Posse pae (So Ji-sub, who broods or mutters his way through the film) is a genuine criminal who encounters self-included performing artist Soo-ta (a marginally hyper Kang Ji-hwan) in a dance club. At the point when Soo-ta’s on-set conduct gets him stuck in an unfortunate situation professionally and openly, he goes to (previous) wannabe performing artist Gang-pae and offers him a part in light of the fact that nobody else is willing to co-star with him. The hoodlum’s condition is that there be no trick battling, which sets the stage for the mother of all film shoots.
“Rough Cut” depends on one of the most seasoned stories in the book: Two individuals from apparently inverse universes making a far-fetched association and discovering they’re truly more similar than not, but rather for the wrong reasons. Pack pae isn’t the hooligan he seems, by all accounts, to be at first glance; he carries on with a tranquil life all alone and is generally liberal with his time and cash. Soo-ta, be that as it may, is an unpleasant rascal that needs everything his direction, and is carries on like a hooligan to get it.