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Train to Busan

Yeon Sang-ho

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Edition:


2016

Section:


Official Fantàstic Competition

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Synopsis:


A renowned name in adult animated movies, Yeon Sang-ho takes the big leap to live action with a large-scale blockbuster. In it, we find a father preparing to accompany his daughter from Seoul to Busan on a train that will soon become their only refuge if they want to survive the horde of the infected. Beneath the muscle of a thriller mixed with zombie horror hides a social critique travelling full speed ahead.

Director biography:


Yeon Sang-ho

Seoul, 1978. After directing several shorts, he shot two dark, violent animation feature films, The King of Pigs (11) and The Fake (13), and Train to Busan (16), his first live action movie, all of them screened in Sitges.

Cast & Crew:



SOUTH KOREA, 2016

Director
Yeon Sang-ho

Producer
Lee Dong-ha 

Screenplay
Yeon Sang-ho

Cinematography
Lee Hyung-deok

Visual Effects
Jung Hwang-su

Cast
Gong Yoo, Kim Su-an

Original Language:


Korean

Subtitles:


Spanish, English, Catalan

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