The Man Standing Next (2020) 1080p

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History | Thriller
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Korean 5.1  
Run Time:
114 min
IMDB Rating:
7.1 / 10 
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Directors: Min-ho Woo [Director] ,

Movie Description:
In the 1970s Korea is under the absolute control of the president Park who controls the KCIA the organization with the edge over any branch of government. The director of case CIA is the seemingly most prospective second in command midst of rain I fear for McKay CIA director, who knows all about the governments obscure operations exiles to the US where the investigation of corrugate is underway as attention escalates the stifling political maneuvering by the second in command unfolds


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It's a movie about the reason for assassination rather than assassination.

It wasn't boring for Koreans, the director approached the case with a neutral standard, and this film re-evaluated the character Kim Jae-gyu.

Boring till the end

The assassination itself is worth watching. Lee Byung Hun looks pretty inscrutable for most of the movie. Not a lot of expression. For people unfamiliar with the events leading to the assassination it may be confusing. It seems sympathies of the film are with the main character. Was it jealousy or to spare the country from more dictatorship? Maybe I need to read up more.

A bit boring

Maybe it's partially because I am not familiar with Korean history, but I found the movie rather boring. I was however interested in the background of the events taking place on screen, so I began googling president Park while watching, only to find reading about him and his policies more intriguing than looking at the film.

For those who want to watch it perhaps it's good to know that he was quite a controversial figure. On one hand he is called an evil authoritarian and said to have become horribly corrupt at the end of his reign, but on the other hand even liberals can not deny that he laid much of the groundwork for today's prosperity in Korea.
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