The Front Line | reviewed by: Lee Weber | April 29, 2012
entertainment value
A bit long winded thought throughly engaging, this is a captivating film on a war most of us don't know much about.
genre Action | Drama | History | War
synopsis In 1951 ceasefire is declared, but two remaining armies fought their final battle on the front line Towards the end of the Korean War, a South Korean battalion is fiercely battling over a hill on the front line border against the North in order to capture a strategic point that would determine the new border between two nations. The ownership of this small patch of land would swap multiple times each day. Kang is dispatched to the front line in order to investigate the tacit case that’s been happening there. But he gets spiraled into the war that’s more terrifying than death itself when he meets his friend Kim, who has transformed into a war machine, and his unit. As the countdown for ceasefire begins, both sides become more vicious, resulting in deaths of countless lives until the last man could claim the land.
lead actors Ha-kyun Shin | Soo Go | Seung-su Ryu | Chang-Seok Ko | Je-hoon Lee | Jin-woong Jo | Seung-yong Ryoo | Ok-bin Kim
director Hun Jang