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Brotherhood of War



Brotherhood of War
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Brilliant Korean war film

If you are a fan of Asian movies, you can't afford to miss this brilliant drama from Korea.
This is the other side of M*A*S*H, the Korean war from the South Korean side.
This intense movie tells the story of two brothers, Lee Jin-tae and Lee Jin-seok, who are living a poor but happy life in Seoul when war breaks out between North and South Korea.
As the movie opens, a dig has uncovered bodies on a battle site. One of the bodies is one of the brothers, and the movie flashes back to follow them after they are brutally drafted into the South Korean army. Jin Tae will do anything to get his brother sent home, but gets caught up in his own heroism and the dehumanisation of war.
The battle scenes are very graphic, and the film makers pull no punches in portraying both sides of the conflict as brutal and overzealous.
There is a scene at the end that will move the hardest heart to tears.



Rating: 5.00 (1 votes) - Added: 28/10/2005
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