In the DMZ separating North and South Korea, two North Korean soldiers have been killed, supposedly by one South Korean soldier. But the 11 bullets found in the bodies, together with the 5 ... See full summary »
The narration that opens and closes the film are Buddhist parables. See more »
Toward the end of the film, when Kim Sun-woo is walking down the corridor searching for his former boss, a guard sitting and reading a newspaper gets up to stop him. Kim Sun-woo shoots him but his gun is not pointed at the guard. Rather, it is clearly pointed at the wall where fake blood appears after the shot like a paint gun. See more »
Send them away. I have no reason to talk with him.
C'mon Sun-woo, President Baek is my guest, show some courtesy.
No, i don't care about courtesy.
Don't do this to me, you may do this at your own club. Show me some respect.
To you? You're kidding.
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This is my first review on here, only because I felt compelled to tell someone about this film When I say "coolest," I don't mean it in a that-movie-was-really-cool kind of way Coolest, in this case, means that it is the smoothest, well-crafted, stylish, and beautiful films I have ever seen. Everything about the film has a you'll-never-be-this-cool feel, like Jules and Vincent from Pulp Fiction. Not to mention the fact that it has the same sort of humor.
Now, I am a film student who has actually gotten a lot of praise from students and teachers and whatnot for my first film project That's great and all, but after seeing this film I am reminded of what Steven Spielberg said after he saw The Godfather; "I guess I should quit now, because I will never make something this good." I am, in no way, comparing myself to Spielberg, I'm just describing the feeling of, "holy s***, this is amazing," and "wow, I could never do this ever "
See this movie before you die Or before it gets remade.
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