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In the DMZ separating North and South Korea, two North Korean soldiers have been killed, supposedly by one South Korean soldier. But the 11 bullets found in the bodies, together with the 5 remaining bullets in the assassin's magazine clip, amount to 16 bullets for a gun that should normally hold 15 bullets. The investigating Swiss/Swedish team from the neutral countries overseeing the DMZ suspects that another, unknown party was involved - all of which points to some sort of cover up. The truth is much simpler and much more tragic.
This film is from South Korea and it was supposed to be good. Apparently the standards for “good” in Korean filmmaking are quite different from Hollywood standards, which aren't... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Karl Weaver
This is actually a very well made whodunit with some very interesting political tie in's to the Korea's seriously strange relationship at their borders. It's worth the buy.Published 2 months ago by Alex
At times the movie just doesn't work, but when it does it really knocks it out of the park. The buildup to the end is tense and the acting is exceptional. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David E. Finger
A well produced very interesting movie on the North Korean-South Korean conflict.Published 6 months ago by Danny Kwabena
A Korean classic. Watch the Korean language version with subtitles. An excellent film.Published 9 months ago by Gregory W. Brown
four guys sitting around - and the North Korean ones suffer more than they deserve but with dignity and graciousness - that's the messagePublished 16 months ago by vvv
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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