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Action | Sci-Fi
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Korean 2.0  
Run Time:
114 min
IMDB Rating:
6.2 / 10 
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Directors: Lee Yong-ju [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Seo Bok tells the story of Ki Heon (Gong Yoo), a former intelligence agent who is terminally ill, given the task to safely transport Seo Bok (Bo-gum), who is the first human clone. Because the clone holds the secret to immortality, everyone is on the run to get their hands on him as to extract that secret. Ki Heon will do everything within his power to shield the clone from people with evil intentions. —lunarist


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I think this is an OK movie

The two main characters have good acting skills, but the storyline is boring.

What makes us human?

There are many philosophical questions here ... what makes us who we are ... what keeps us sane ... the power of "immortality" (you can still die, but in theory you could also live forever) ... there are so many things that are being asked. Is death really the one thing that keeps us sane? How can we know for sure? Of course same can be said about the live forever theme ... as Queen asked in their song too ... though I reckon the first instinct always is to say yes. Survival instinct and all that.

Having said that, while this is about quite the philosophical themes ... it also has quite a lot of action in it. I personally like a lot of Korean movies and while I am not completely enamoured by this one, I still think it is more than a nice effort. The melodrama is a bit much ... and there is a lot of things that remain unanswered ... but of course they are ... how would the movie be able to answer things we do not know? See above ... still a neat Science Fiction action brain teaser to say the least.

Did not expect it to get this philosophical

I was expecting sci-fi with full on action but was so surprised with how thought-provoking it got. It addresses life and death, what it means to live and fate (of course, it's Korean after all. This is a necessary ingredient). It was a movie that made me think and reflect on a number of things. Even though it wasn't what I had expected, I really enjoyed it - was a great surprise. Really wished I could've watched this in the cinemas because this would've been one of those movies where I'd take a long walk by the river after to ponder about life.
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