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Film Review: Flu (2013) by Kim Sung-su

Film Review: Flu (2013) by Kim Sung-su

While the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 is still ongoing, and will probably continue for quite some time, this naturally does not stop movie publishers worldwide to try and cash in on these developments. At least it seems that way, considering a South Korean film which was made in 2013 has been published in countries like Germany, albeit under the much more fitting title “Pandemic”. Leaving this context aside “Flu” is yet another entry into South Korea’s ventures into the genre of the disaster movie after such promising releases like “Ashfall”. Directed by Kim Sung-soo (“Asura: The City of Madness”) “Flu” combines the aesthetics of blockbuster cinema with a human story about survival and saving others.

When a container of undocumented immigrants reaches the city of Budang, South Korea, it also carries another, unwelcome passenger that has already killed the majority of the people inside. As the last

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