• Released
  • December 2, 2011
  • R , 2 hr 37 min
  • Art House/Foreign

Yellow sun

By lbjnj2011
Written December 03, 2011
For those of us who likes. Foreign films with a story. This is a good one. More bloody than we maybe use to in the modern setting. This film is based in, no guns here alot of axe's an knives used. As a result the violence was exxxxxtremely BRUTAL. Not for the faint of heart, this one. Stay till credits roll a bit, it ties in the stories ending... Good film.
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By leiabox
Written December 04, 2011
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New breed of Korean impact cinema

By cupertinokims
Written December 07, 2011
Tight editing, building violence, just when you thought it was over, there comes a new twist. Part of the new breed of Korean cinema reflecting the deep emotion of Korean culture and the resiliency and tenacity of the Korean people. Commitment, honor, duty, guilt, redemption, remorse, anguish, lament, agony, humor...all the characteristics of a good Korean drama along with excruciating violence and mayhem. Be prepared to be surprised, shocked, pushed to the edge of your seat. Good fun! Go!
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The Yellow Sea review

By docfern
Written December 04, 2011
Tragic, funny, bloody. Must-see.
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