South Bound

South Bound

Choi Hae Kab (Kim Yoon Seok) has been a leftist activist since his university days and having a wife (Oh Yeon Su) and three children hasn't stopped him from fighting the man. He makes documentaries about social issues, thumbs his nose at the government and raises his kids with a devil-may-care attitude. His children are used to his eccentricities at this point. Hae Kab doesn't mind if they don't go to school and he doesn't worry when his son Na Ra (Baek Seung Hwan, Silenced) runs away from home. One day, Hae Kab's old friend Man Deok (Kim Sung Kyun) shows up with bad news: their hometown, the southern rural island of Deul, is being sold to a resort developer. With a new fight ahead, Hae Kab picks up and moves the entire family back to Deul for a back-to-basics life.

Choi Hae-Kab, who is a middle-aged man, is working as a documentary director in psychology and the dark side of society. Choi Hae-Kab was investigated by the police and they destroyed his lives. Choi Hae-Kab also met a lot of trouble with their children because of his strange education, and he did not agree to pay taxes and social reform. Choi Hae-Kab retired and lived a peaceful life with his beautiful wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


South Bound torrent reviews

Craig B (kr) wrote: Please, for the love of all that's pure and holy, please end this franchise before it makes me forget why I ever liked the original movie in the first place.

Simon C (au) wrote: Clever story, poorly executed. Lighting and colour just dreadful. Cringeworthy acting. Missable.

katty b (gb) wrote: Gale Harold's performance was flawless. I loved it.

Jason V (jp) wrote: I was here when it was on TV, last night, and so, didn't follow perfectly.But if it had been a great movie, then, I had stopped my computer, to follow well, so...A sequel made for money, using a recipe already used, but they never succeed to make this new story be as interesting as the 1st movie. It was almost impossible, making a sequel to a movie like this 1.So, you can pass your way people, you'll not miss anything avoiding it.

Michael M (br) wrote: No other movie affects me with such emotional profundity than this one - which, if there are any flaws, they are overcome to the sheer emotion this movie elicits.

Jeff A (us) wrote: The Nancy Reagan chandelier.

david t (us) wrote: i would like to see this one...

Joe S (de) wrote: Excellent movie for many reasons...see my comment below for a slightly more indepth analysis.

Kaori O (es) wrote: I watched IRONWEED back in 80's 5 times on theater. It's dark,and yes,depressing,Still there are some pure emotion in this film.I loved especially support actors,Tom Waits,Nathan Lane,

Paul D (jp) wrote: Cult teenage-angst stuff that's fairly well acted.

Martin A (ag) wrote: This is one of the best murder mysteries ever, Bette Davies,Maggie Smith,David Niven ,Peter Ustinov ,Angela Lansbury.Jack Warden.Simon MacCorkindale , it is high camp, as a rich woman is killed, all of the cast are under suspicion,as all have a motive, lots of twists and turns but true classic.

Max L (ca) wrote: A film that did not simply say Hitler was evil is certainly interesting to watch.

Aj V (kr) wrote: This movie has a good story, but I didn't like how it ended. Most of the movie is singing, anyway. Overall, it's okay.

Critic M (ag) wrote: Eerie, dark and achieves a nightmarish quality. Sam Rockwell portrays an unlucky country man who finds himself wrapped up in the middle of a murder and is marked for death by criminals after he comes into possession of a box of money.The film is very interesting and feels like you are smack dab in the middle of a nightmare. The negative vibes are hard to shake off, making this dark drama a success. There is some excellent acting, suspenseful sequences and violence in this film. The darkest and most dramatic Sam Rockwell film I have seen so far. This is a quality film that is very haunting.

Andy G (mx) wrote: Couldn't be more relevant. Aside from a few pieces of older technology, it is as if this movie was written this year. All about the NSA spying where it doesn't belong. Every argument from both sides displayed in the movie I've heard time and time again in the news lately. This movie was somewhat viewed as futuristic paranoia at the time, but it seems like it was pretty accurate.91%

Nick N (ca) wrote: I love this film. An outstanding piece on its on, it gets better over time if you later become familiar with Universal's Classic Horror movies. It's an incredible homage to Universal's horror legacy with its story, style, art design, and film tie-ins. Even after 11 years the special effects hold up which goes to show how good Weta Digital is.There are a million things I want to praise about this film and if people would stop trying to be hipster cinema snobs they would see them too. Good to know that Roger Ebert is not so easy to fool.