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The film was selected as the opening film of the 3rd London East Asia Film Festival, held from October 25 to November 4, 2018. See more »
On August 20, 2018, the film received an 18 rating from the Korea Media Rating Board. Replying to media, the film's production company stated that the film did not contain 'such strong' restricted content (such as violence and gore), and they believed that it is milder than two other 2018 released films Believer and The Witch: Part 1 - The Subversion, which both received age 15-rating. As such, the film was re-edited and re-submitted to the board for a "age 15-rating", with no change in its release schedule. The film eventually was released under a age 15-rating, after approximately 2 minutes worth of content were shaved off from the original cut. See more »
Excellent crime thriller about a detective seeking further punishment of a convicted murderer who despite confessing to further crimes, uses legal loopholes and the statute of limitations, coupled with half truths and misinformation to evade justice.
Kim Yoon-seok's performance was outstanding as usual and rising star Ju Ji-hoon was also very impressive, balancing his performance well. Based on a true story, strongly recommend.
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