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In fact, he is a directorial artist.
You can find it in any Civil War and you can find it in the DMZ between North and South Korea - no house, no home, no land or its people can remain divided forever.
At the end, when we see that a throw away scene actually has a meaning, it is enough to bring a person to tears.
four guys sitting around - and the North Korean ones suffer more than they deserve but with dignity and graciousness - that's the messagePublished 5 months ago by Dwight
I wish more Americans would see this movie, if at all for any reason this one alone: perspective. It's a different perspective on a world issue based around a story worth watching. Read morePublished 9 months ago by William M. Welsh
I love how the movie brings out true brotherhood. The one glaring problem that makes me yell out "What a WASTE!" is the JAG investigator's lame accent. Read morePublished 13 months ago by cat mat reviewer
This movie could have been better cast but the story is solid. The story is also subtle and your first conclusion as to any message will likely be wrong. Read morePublished 14 months ago by E. Hollowell
Wonderful drama and action film that bridges national borders and time with its universal message.
I was reminded of Joyeux Noel (2005), Silent Night (2002), Saints and... Read more
I first watched JSA in language school and have loved it ever since. I watch it once every 2-3 months.Published 23 months ago by S. M
My wife and I have been watching alot of Korean movies lately on netflix. We came across this one and really wanted to own it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by WristWrocket
GONGDONG GYEONGBI GUYEOK aka JSA aka JOINT SECURITY AREA(2000) Directed by Chan-wook Park.
At the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, two North Korean... Read more
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It has both English subtitles and dubs. There are some actual English speaking scenes (not dubs) that do not have corresponding English subtitles, which I found a little difficult to understand, as they were spoken as a second language.
Jan 12, 2011 by Jonathan Campbell | See all 3 posts