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Jang Hun studies the dynamic of Kim Man-Seob (Kang-ho Song) and Jürgen Hinzpeter (Thomas Kretschmann) in his film A Taxi Driver (2017) which unfolds in a neglected and unkempt Gwangju in the 1980s. A hefty and charismatic performance from Kang-ho Song is profoundly important in this film, a film in which, despite its many flaws, thrives on its character development and technical triumphs to create a conclusively delectable watch.
We are in South Korea in the 1980s, as an uprising…
Great set of pranks, the reactions they get from these people are so authentic, and add so much to the film. Definitely a worthy watch, don't expect to get anything out of it, other then hilarious staged pranks, much like the ones in Borat, or the Jackass films.
Yes, the film is cheesy, and some of the pranks drag on for too long, but it doesn't matter, especially during these times of quarantine, this would keep anyone entertained. It's fresh, new, and absurd. A recommendation for anyone.