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the movies are based on the novel series gu family book. the novel gu family book is about a traditional korean family, and shows how they deal with conflicts when one of their members is accused of being a spy.
the film is set in korea during the korean war and tells the story of a us navy pilot (jang seok joon) who crashes in the mountains near the 38th parallel and finds himself in a place called dongmakgol. the village doesnt know about the korean war, and the village is so remote that they dont understand what is going on. the villagers have to work together to save the village. the film is based on the novel the front line.
the story involves a us navy pilot who crashes in the mountains near the 38th parallel. the pilot survives, and runs into a village named dongmakgol. the village doesnt know about the korean war, and the villagers are completely baffled when they learn that there is a war going on. the villagers have to work together to save the village.
the front line is a korean drama film directed by lee kyu-han. it was released in 2003 and was based on the novel the front line by kim woo-tak. the korean film won the 2003 grand prize at the 40th cannes film festival, beating off competition from the likes of l.a. confidential and moulin rouge. it was the most recent film to win the award, after beasts of the southern wild in 2012.
three south korean military officers discover an american pilot alive and hiding in the mountains near the 38th parallel. he is too weak to move, and his injuries are severe. the officers take turns keeping watch and nursing him back to health, but he refuses to leave the mountains.
this korean-german film tells the story of a korean officer who has been sent to germany to get some german language training. when his mission is complete, he goes back to korea and is there when the korean war breaks out. the film is well done, but not as accomplished as the more recentthe way back.
another story of disillusionment is depicted in the island, in which a young american man (played by seagal) is sent to the korean island of jeju to manage a resort. he soon learns that he has been sent to jeju to take care of a political problem, and that he must work with the korean president to resolve the crisis. soon his dealings with the president cause him to question the origins of the american dream, and ultimately lead him to question the values of his own country. this movie is a bit of a slow starter, but after about an hour, things really pick up.
another poignant korean war movie is the flag. through a series of flashbacks, the film tells the story of the south korean survivors who were taken captive by the north. the film does an excellent job of portraying the shock of finding out that the people you thought were your friends were actually trying to kill you. the movie does, however, have some stylistic flaws: theres some wacky animation sequences that dont work too well.
the good, the bad, the weird is a fun comedy about a korean family who suddenly find themselves living in a foreign country. the film tells the story of a son who accidentally stumbles into a war and ends up in a north korean prison camp. the son tries to escape, and the rest of the family tries to get him back. the actors all make their roles very clear, even the children, and this is often very funny. however, the film is somewhat uneven: the first third is hilarious, but after that things get a bit stilted.