The Age of Shadows DVD

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The latest from the award-winning Kim Jee-Woon, The Age of Shadows is a slick, suspension-fuelled espionage thriller featuring an all-star cast. Set in Japanese-occupied Korea of the 1920s, Song Kang-ho plays a Korean police captain in the Japanese police force with a special mission: infiltrate and deceive the armed resistance fighting for independence, lead by the charismatic Kim Woo-jin (Yoo Gong). With both men standing on opposing sides, each knowing the identity and intentions of the other, a cat-and-mouse game ensues - one in which not everyone will make it... out alive. Also starring Byung-hun Lee and Ji-min Han, this is a blistering spectacle from a master filmmaker at the top of his game. [show more]

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Released
10 July 2017
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
SODA Pictures 
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Runtime
141 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060238032353 
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Korean thriller written and directed by Kim Jee-Woon. Set in 1920s Seoul, the film follows Korean-born Japanese agent Lee Jeong-chool (Song Kang-ho) as he attempts to uncover members of the Korean resistance movement for his country's occupiers. With the resistance smuggling in explosives from Shanghai in order to bomb Japanese strongholds, Lee is tasked with exposing the leaders before they can orchestrate the attacks. However, after tracing the operation to an antiques shop run by Kim Woo-jin (Yoo Gong), Lee soon faces a crisis of identity as the charismatic Kim senses an opportunity to use the Japanese agent for his own gain. The cast also includes Han Ji-min, Shingo Tsurumi and Lee Byung-hun.

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