TV-MA | | Action, Horror, Thriller
While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.
First South Korean film to have a wide theatrical release in India, in four languages: English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu but not in the original language.
Hey, arsehole. Felt good to see your kid thanks to me? Are you grateful or what?
Seok Woo: Why is your ringtone so tacky?
Sang-hwa: What's wrong with it?
Sang-hwa: How do I change it?
The abilities of the infected seem to change for the convenience of the plot. For example, before they claim the infected will only attack if they see you, Sang-hwa traps an infected man in the toilet and it still tries to attack him, despite not being able to see him. Also, it is clearly shown that the doors aren't automatic as the handle needs to be pulled down, but eventually they realise that the infected can't open doors, but during the initial outbreak several do so with ease.
The Indian version is 117 minutes long (and a minute shorter than the original version) due to a few violent zombie shots being censored.
Music by Young-gyu Jang
$284,776 (USA) (22 July 2016)
$2,129,768 (USA) (27 January 2017)
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