The Long Way Home is set on the outskirts of Kars in Eastern Anatolia in the winter of 1915 and takes us to the immediate aftermath of the Battle of Sarikamis. The film follows a group of ... See full summary »
24th of July in the year 1953, three days left until North and South Korea will sign the truce. Nam-bok is a normal soldier who just wants to go home to his farm. Instead he must bring a secret paper to the Western front but on his way, he is attacked by North Korean forces which causes him to loose the paper. Accidently the secret paper is discovered by Young-gwang, a North Korean soldier and the last remaining survivor of his unit. While Nam-bok is searching for his important papers, he sees Young-gwang stealing them. Now Nam-bok fights like a lion to get the secret paper back.Written by
Screenwriter Seong-Il Cheon's directorial debut. See more »
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I am not sure about how people could possible rate this movie as bad. I am not a critic, I did not know what to expect, in general the movie really packed a punch and hit me right in the feels. Found myself in tears of laughter and later of sorrow.
For me it was one of those gems that I will MUST re-watch again and again over and over countless times.
I did what I would generally do, make all of my friends watch it. So far the few that did also agreed that this movie is too good. I have never cried so much.
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