A couple of years prior, South Korean movie producer Kim Jee-woon's visit in Hollywood reached an unexpected end when The Last Stand was a film industry bomb. Keeping in mind I have a weakness for that silly, endearingly odd motion picture, a late-period Arnold Schwarzenegger shoot them up was likely not the best utilization of the man who coordinated A Tale of Two Sisters, A Bittersweet Life, I Saw the Devil, and The Good, The Bad, The Weird. Here's a movie producer who has dependably been taking care of business when he's permitted to go absolutely for broke. He wasn't made to juggle maturing activity stars and studio notes.
Presently, Kim has come back to his country and has another motion picture arriving this year. Also, I'm somewhat one-sided in light of the fact that I have adored the majority of his work in this way, however The Age of Shadows seems as though one of 2016's all the more energizing films, a reconnaissance story that looks really new and tense.
The Age of Shadows is a chronicled thriller set amid the Japanese control of Korea in the 1920s and takes after Korean resistance warriors as they fight involving strengths through death and subterfuge. In any case, gatherings of people who aren't acquainted with the historical backdrop of the locale may require a bit of assistance.