Time to Hunt (2020) – Review

Time to Hunt is the latest film from Korea with the genre Thriller, Crime. It premiered on February 20, 2020. The film was directed by Yoon Sung-hyun of the famous “Bleak Night,” which won awards at film festivals at home and abroad in 2011.

It is a thriller that tells four men who are good friends. The four of them will risk everything to seize a better opportunity in a new life. But the hunt without breath occurs when a mysterious figure starts chasing them.

Their story begins when Joon Seok (Lee Je Hoon) wants to leave a city full of poverty and start a new life. In order to launch the action, he made a rash crime plan. For that, he then asked the help of three friends, namely Ki Hoon (Choi Woo Shik), Jang Ho (Ahn Jae Hong) and also Sang Soo (Park Jung Min).  

Time to Hunt

This film is the first Korean work to be shown in the special Berlin gala section, which highlights films from current topics and creative formats. The Berlinale is one of the three best film festivals in the world, along with the Cannes Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival. This special screening aims to provide an opportunity for viewers to experience popular international films and provide a place for in-depth discussions about the diversity of the film industry. Games Online dan Offline

Time to Hunt tells about the future in an area full of poverty. Joon-Seok (Lee Je-Hoon) wants to leave the city and start a new life. For that, he made a rash crime plan. He asks for the help of three friends Ki-Hoon (Choi Woo-Sik), Jang-Ho (Ahn Jae-Hong) and Sang-Soo (Park Jung-Min). Soon, these 4 men are chased by a mysterious man named Han (Park Hae-Soo).

Lee Je-Hoon as Joon Seok is the mastermind behind the group’s dangerous plan. With unwavering loyalty and determination, brave Joon Suk will lead his friends as he boldly runs towards his ultimate goal.

Ahn Jae-Hong as Jang-Ho, a funny character even in dangerous situations. Trying to ease the anxiety of his friends by making them laugh. However, interestingly though his character is usually funny, he wears a serious expression when he sits in the car late at night.

Choi Woo-Sik as Ki-Hoon, a character who feels uncomfortable about Joon Suk’s dangerous plans, but decides to participate and actively help his friends.

Park Jung-Min as Sang-Soo, the friend who is responsible for getting all the information needed.  

Park Hae-Soo as Han, Mysterious chaser of Han. Remember. You cannot escape wherever you are.

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