Movie Review – Operation Chromite (2016)

Operation Chromite, 2016.

Directed by John H. Lee.

Starring Jun-jae Lee, Bum-soo Lee and Liam Neeson.


In 1950, the North Koreans have all but overrun the South. The United Nations puts American General, Douglas MacArthur, in charge of an invasion force stop them in their tracks. He chooses Incheon, the most difficult place possible, for his fleet of ships to land and has a 5000:1 chance of pulling it off. But, before anything can happen, it’s down to eight South Korean agents to infiltrate enemy troops and pave the way. It seems like a hopeless task. Based on true events.

Operation Chromite isn’t a name that exactly trips off the tongue. Nor did Anthropoid and, while their respective events took place eight years apart, they do have something in common. A seemingly hopeless mission.

For the Anthropoid squad, it was killing Heydrich in Czechoslovakia during World War II. In Operation Chromite,
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