This is cleaver it actually covers a very harsh part of Korean history and Korea has a very harsh history in general. There is a lot of politics in this series some I understand but I am sure there is much I have missed. The use of the Zombies to represent the plaque and starvation within this dark period is a clever way of presenting the horror of the times to a modern day audience.
If you like Zombies and a good story then this is right up your street and somewhat different for the genre.
This just twists and turns all over the place it will keep you thinking, the best part for me was all the stuff in and around the N Tower in Seoul as I spent a lot of time there it brought back some good memories.
I have mentioned this film before when I bought it a while back, It is a very hard watch... Let me rephrase that it is a fascinating watch when you know nothing about it as I did at the time. Its a mystery about a girl who is in hiding but when you finally find out why she is hiding what her secret is you really wish you never knew.
I just found out that is a dramatisation of an actual event which just makes it all the worse and horrendously tragic. The film is based on a story that shocked the nation and caused public outrage in Korea when it occurred back in 2004. It is such a distressing film that even though I have a copy of it I have only ever watch it once. Not because its a bad film on the country it is in many ways a very beautiful film witch makes it all the more painful when you find out what is going on. I highly recommend it but it will break your heart and knowing this actually happened is just heroically tragic and terrifying.
This was just brilliant a bit too brilliant as it goes as people just don't seem to be getting it, put very simply this is a reflection of what is going on right now all around us good peoples heads being turned by manipulative fascists with dark agendas.
Wake up and smell the coffee its really not that hard to follow or understand, so I really don't understand how so many people are just not getting it?
OK I am going to keep this short and sweet this is one of the best shows I have seen on Netflix its just fucking awesome and pulls no punches.
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