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Korea’s action auteur, Ryoo Seung-Wan, injects kinetic kicks into the old school cold war spy story with The Berlin File, a slam-bang action throw down that exchanges American/Soviet tensions for North Korean/South Korean geopolitical gamesmanship to deliver an espionage flick in the vein of John Le Carré, only with rather more dead bodies, broken arms, and sniper showdowns. The second-highest-grossing movie of the year in Korea, this box-office blockbuster is like a Korean installment in the Bourne franchise.

  • Directed By Ryoo Seung-Wan
  • 2006
  • Korea
  • 117 minutes