After one year of marriage, things could not look better for Jeong-hyun and Yun-hie. In order to celebrate the publishing of Jeong-hyun's manuscript, the couple decide to take a winter ... See full summary »
Ruthless cop Chul-joong and a merciless killer in raincoat run into each other in a small alleyway and form a fatal bond. A free-for-all fight occurs by coincidence on a rainy street. A ... See full summary »
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After one year of marriage, things could not look better for Jeong-hyun and Yun-hie. In order to celebrate the publishing of Jeong-hyun's manuscript, the couple decide to take a winter vacation along the East Sea. It turns out to be a trip neither will ever forget...if they survive. They meet a man calling himself "M" and agree to give him a lift. His expressionless face and penetrating eyes are disturbing enough but his rude actions and speech begin to interfere with the couples happiness during there trip, although they try to have a good time in spite of him. There contentment with this situation is short lived when they learn that "M" was in prison for a brutal crime. Meanwhile, the police have begun an investigation of a series of cruel murders along the highway... Written by
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This Korean 'Hitcher' may lack Rutger Hauer but it still has style and if the, admittedly disturbing, first half strikes one as fairly mild watch out for the bone crunchingly wild last 40 minutes or so, which are so, over the top.
If as seems possible, Hong Kong is having to reign in some of it's cinematic excesses under pressure from their new bosses on the mainland, then this little domain seems keen to take over in the torturous, gut wrenching and bloody stakes.
Not overly original but tough indeed and some really nasty stuff. So, why not say yes to this little seen film?
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