The Yellow Sea

The Yellow Sea

2010, R, 167 min. Directed by Hong-jin Na. Starring Ha Jung-woo, Kim Yun-seok.

Not reviewed at press time. Screened during Fantastic Fest, this fast-paced crime drama from South Korea is set in the Chinese no-man's land between Russia and North Korea. A cabdriver makes a dirty deal to cover his gambling debts and is in for the chase of a lifetime. The film was not available to the press for review.

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The Yellow Sea, Hong-jin Na, Ha Jung-woo, Kim Yun-seok

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