Four years after Scorsese's Taxi Driver, the Gwangju Uprising happened in South Korea. The poster looks like a comedy, but it gets very dark. Great direction and performances. Strong, heart-wrenching scenes. A bit long.
"While a bit ponderous and overlong, it is a heartfelt appreciation of ordinary people turned heroes in extraordinary circumstances."
- Barbara VanDenburgh, Arizona Republic
"A single father who is cynical and miserly at first, the cabby emerges as a delightful and layered protagonist after an impressive character arc, thanks to director Jang Hoon's superb storytelling."
- Samfrey Tan, The New Paper (Singapore)
He changed the plates, but he kept his highlighter yellow shirt with the Seoul patch? Nice job hiding the plates, by the way.