The Suspect ★★★½

Too much fat which could've been trimmed by about half an hour without any issues, but this Korean (vaguely) political thriller pushes through with rather entertaining swirls of personal vendettas, revenge and betrayals, which is typical of thrillers coming from Korea. There's a flare of Bourne-esque, The Raid-school intensity in numerous action cuts, a bit damped by frantic, unfocused camera work and editing, but Gong Yoo controls the scenes with his laser-focused maneuvering through the obstacles.