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a5c7b9f00b Korean resistance fighters smuggle explosives to destroy facilities controlled by Japanese forces in this period action thriller.
Set in the late 1920s, The Age of Shadows follows the cat-and-mouse game that unfolds between a group of resistance fighters trying to bring in explosives from Shanghai to destroy key Japanese facilities in Seoul, and Japanese agents trying to stop them. A talented Korean-born Japanese police officer, who was previously in the independence movement himself, is thrown into a dilemma between the demands of his reality and the instinct to support a greater cause.
Well, that was a lot of fun. The Age of Shadows is a spy thriller that is basically a ticking bomb and once things go wrong, it just gets brutal and chaotic. The set up for these characters and their plot is well put together enough to be engrossing. And the set pieces are just excitingly executed. The film is unafraid of showing something terrible from their consequences. Though there is one point at the third act where I wished the film had ended. It gets to feel a little too long as it goes on, but man, the train sequence alone is one hell of an exercise for suspense. The production is also too impressive and the acting is quite engaging. Overall, it's a dark and brutal, yet quite an edge of your seat cinematic thrill ride.
South Korean thrillers rarely misfire even if they aren&#39;t that well reviewed or rated. Coming for Kim Jee-woon, who masterfully directed &quot;I Saw the Devil&quot; and &quot;A Bittersweet Life&quot;, &quot;The Age of Shadows&quot; makes a notable entry to his filmography. The Western audience doesn&#39;t really get to see period South Korean film set in early 20th century and it gives us a chance to perceive life on the Eastern front.<br/><br/>&quot;The Age of Shadows&quot; takes place in the 1920&#39;s around a back-and-forth game between a group of resistance fighters and Japanese agents. The film is deeply rooted in the Korean independence movement from the Empire of Japan. While most of the people back home wanted to gain independence, they could not do anything in front of the strong Japanese authorities. The key was to form resistance groups to overtake the Japanese dominion.<br/><br/>The film stars two of South Korea&#39;s biggest actors working in the industry today, Song Kang-ho and Lee Byung-hun. They have paved the way of the South Korean new wave by delivering outstanding performances that helped the film industry achieve new heights. In &quot;The Age of Shadows&quot; they play on the opposite side of the fences, Song as a Korean police officer charged to sniff out the resistance and Lee as the leader of the resistance fighters. Lee&#39;s character begins to sense that the police officer can turn ways and be persuaded to help the resistance by feeding them information. At this point the wheels start to be in motion and it will be a very bumpy and eventful train ride, literally.<br/><br/>&quot;The Age of Shadows&quot; is a good period thriller with twists and turns that will keep you entertaining until the end.
The Age of Shadows has no pretensions to being a particularly deep or politically resonant piece of filmmaking. Its more that Kim Jee-woon has found in this era and this milieu the perfect inspiration for a blisteringly entertaining and exquisite genre exercise, one that may not be recognised as such only because we we have never expected genre films to

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