The Classified File (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama


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A detective and a fortune teller join forces to find a kidnapped child whom none expects to be alive.


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Director:

Kyung-taek Kwak

Writer:

Kyung-taek Kwak

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24 June 2017 | Prashast_Singh
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| The Classified File: Classified as an effective and captivating crime drama.
Movie: The Classified File (Geukbisusa)(15)

rating: 4.5/5

South Korean movies are easy to relate to. The reason? Their realistic portrayal of events, characters, behaviours, action, thrills, and of course, story. From the bunch of various powerful South Korean films comes out a realistic, captivating and effective crime drama THE CLASSIFIED FILE. Directed by Kwak Kyung-taek and starring two master actors Kim Yoon-seok and Yu Hae-jin, this film draws your attention right from the beginning and compels you not to get up until it ends.

With a not-so-long running time and a crisp editing, it becomes an even more exciting watch as time passes. The story and screenplay are well written, well portrayed and well presented in terms of entertainment too. The dialogues are quite powerful and many of them make a great sense. The action scenes are executed very well and in a very realistic way. In other words, this film is just another South Korean film which makes us think. The visuals and the cinematography too are excellent and eye-pleasing.

Actors Kim Yoon-seok and Yu Hae-jin are a major strength of this film. The way their bond strengthens is good to watch. Both actors deliver powerful performances and you tend to believe that they aren't acting but indeed living the characters.

It's undoubtedly true that THE CLASSIFIED FILE turns out to be both an artistic and entertaining film at the same time. Those who believe in watching good cinema, should definitely watch it. Since there's no vulgarity or obscenity, it's a clean family entertainer and hereby recommended for all ages, and because apart from telling an engaging story, it also has a unique message hidden for all. I classify it as excellent.

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Genres

Crime | Drama

Details

Release Date:

18 June 2015

Language

Korean


Country of Origin

South Korea

Box Office

Budget:

KRW5,500,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$19,243,890

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