Film Review: Unstoppable (2018) by Kim Min-ho

In the month of November 2018, the box-office juggernaut that is Ma Dong-seok had two films featuring him in the leading role in Korean cinemas. Both the films went on to score a high number of admissions at the box-office combined but the more successful of the two was clearly director Kim Min-ho’s “Unstoppable”.

Unstoppable” screened at Udine Far East Film Festival

Dong-chul is a polite, meek fishmonger who tries to hit the big time with various business opportunities that eventually go bust, losing a lot of money on the way for Dong-chul, much to the annoyance of his beautiful wife Ji-soo. One evening, while trying to convince her that a new opportunity in the fishing industry with the supply of King Crabs is the one that will finally click for them, Dong-chul’s car is rear-ended by that of Gi-tae, a human trafficker who deals exclusively in Korean women
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