Shot largely on attractive pre-civil war locations in Seoul, the lively Russian-style editing made livelier still by 70's censorship cuts, the end result is disjointed but absorbing. It was plainly shot silent and embellished by raiding the makers' record collection for incongruous classical pieces to embellish the action, starting with Copland's 'Fanfare for the Common Man' over the opening credits.
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