Korean director Ji-woon Kim nods to the spaghetti western with this treasure hunt flick set in the wilds of 1930s Manchuria. A hitman (the Bad) is hired to acquire a treasure map from a Japanese official travelling by train, but a thief (the Weird) inadvertently steals it first. Meanwhile, a bounty hunter (the Good) on the trail of the hitman distracts him long enough for the thief to get away and try and figure out where the treasure is. A gleefully deranged homage to the genre, this ferociously energetic film is packed with shoot-outs, knife fights, amazing stuntwork and eye-popping visuals. The most expensive Korean film to date, Kim refers to it as a 'kimchee western' after the well-known Korean dish.
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