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Inrang (2018)

Director Kim Jee-woon's next feature film based on the original feature animation; Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (1999).

Directors:

Jee-woon Kim (as Kim Jee-woon), Jee-woon Kim

Writers:

Jee-woon Kim (as Kim Jee-woon), Mamoru Oshii (original story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Woo-sung Jung ... Jang Jin-tae
Hyo-Joo Han ... Lee Yoon-hee (as Hyo-ju Han)
Dong-won Gang ... Im Joong-kyung
Ye-ri Han ... Koo Mi-kyung
Minho Choi Minho Choi ... Kim Chul-jin
Jun-ho Heo ... Lee Ki-seok
Moo Yul Kim Moo Yul Kim ... Han Sang-woo
Eun-soo Shin Eun-soo Shin
Hong-In Hong-In ... Source
Chul-Hyung Im Chul-Hyung Im ... Investigation spokesperson
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Storyline

Set in the distant future where both North and South Koreas agree to establish a joint government, which has been in preparation for a duration of 7 years, the plot focuses on political uprisings on opposing sides which grow fierce when a special police unit is formed to stop the chaos.

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Genres:

Action | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

Korea | South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

25 July 2018 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

In-rang See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

KRW 19,000,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

KRW 3,218,497,406 (South Korea), 29 July 2018, Wide Release
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Production Co:

Lewis Pictures See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

This is film is not a direct remake of Jin Roh:Wolf Birgade (1999) which is set a alternate reality of 1950s of Japan, this Korean remake sets the action in Korea and places the story in the future. See more »

Connections

Remake of Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (1999) See more »

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Not what I expected from Kim Jee-woon.
16 October 2018 | by pinokoSee all my reviews

The director of this movie is one of my personal favourites who previously made such modern classics as Tale of two sisters, Bittersweet life and I saw the devil. This time however he disappointed me even if his new feature is not nearly as bad as its initial korean reputation would suggest. A remake of the acclaimed japanese anime Jin-roh this new movie somehow fails to make the impact that one might expect from this director. It's not like it is not competently made, it just lacks that excitement off all those earlier movies. The production values are top-notch with excellent cinematography and fight coreography but the final product somehow feels like an unremarkable and hollow action movie without that spark that made Bittersweet life such an unforgettable experience. Kim knows how to direct and edit frenetic chase sequences but the narrative here is so unconvincing and bland that it is just not enough. The acting does no favour either as Gang Dong-Won and Han Hyo-Joo come off as boring protagonists. The only bright spot is newcomer Kim Moo-Jeol as the villain wearing a badass leather coat who manages to breath some fresh air into the mean economics of the movie. Unfortunately the 139 minute lenght is also way too much, hopefully the new cut (soon to be released on Netflix) will make the movie somewhat tighter and more exciting.


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