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In this action spectacle, a car crash sparks a war between local police and an international terrorist organization. After the arrest of a hacker, three police officers follow clues that ... See full summary »
This is a story of Minke and Annelies who weave love in the early 20th century colonial turbulance. Minke is a native youth, purebred Javanese. While Annelies is a mixed-Dutch girl, the ... See full summary »
Iqbaal Dhiafakhri Ramadhan,
Mawar Eva de Jongh,
Sha Ine Febriyanti
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Over a 4 day period, a fierce battle takes place between Korean independence militias and imperialist Japanese forces in Manchuria, China. The militia includes a master swordsman and an expert marksman.
After losing his father at a young age in a terrible accident, Yong-hu (Park) abandons his Christian faith and chooses to only believe in himself. Now as an adult, Yong-hu is a champion fighter and has everything he has ever wanted, that is until mysterious wounds appear in the palms of his hands. He solicits help from a local priest Father Ahn (Ahn), hoping the priest can help relieve him of the painful markings only to find himself in the middle of a dangerous fight against otherworldly evil forces seeking to wreak havoc on the human world.Written by
Well Go USA Entertainment
His drama is powerful at stirring emotions because it is built up gradually, from exposure to Yong-hoo's inner suffering to his "enlightenment". Even if there is still a lecture on "Believe that God loves you", it is not a driver of change in the protagonist's attitude. He changed after finding affection (again), and understanding how helpful and happy others also bring happiness to himself. Religion according to the definition of The Divine Fury is not (only) a matter of increasing ritual worship. The most important thing is to do good.
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