Have you heard all of these Movies About The Korean War? We know you'll find some new films. Here are 5 of the top ones.
From Je-kyu Kang, starring Jang Dong-Gun, Won Bin, Eun-ju Lee, Hyeong-jin Kong
Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War follows two brothers, Lee Jin-seok and Lee Jin-tae, during the Korean War in 1950. When their father is conscripted into the army, Jin-seok and Jin-tae are forced to join as well. Despite their different personalities, the brothers form an unbreakable bond of loyalty and love. As they fight for their country, they confront the horrors of war and grapple with the harsh realities of life in a divided nation. Ultimately, they must choose between family and country, and discover the power of brotherhood in a time of conflict.
From John Frankenheimer, starring Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, Janet Leigh, Angela Lansbury
The Manchurian Candidate is a classic Cold War thriller, directed by John Frankenheimer and released in 1962. It stars Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, and Janet Leigh. The film follows the story of two American soldiers who are captured by Chinese Communists during the Korean War. The Chinese subject them to brainwashing, and the soldiers are later released, with one of them (Harvey) being programmed as a sleeper agent to carry out an assassination on an important political figure. Sinatra’s character, Raymond Shaw, is framed as the mastermind of a conspiracy involving his own mother (Leigh), and he must fight to protect his own sanity and innocence. The Manchurian Candidate is a timeless classic that examines the paranoia of the Cold War era and the paranoia of the individual.
From Robert Altman, starring Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman
From Hun Jang, starring Shin Ha-kyun, Go Soo, Seung-su Ryu, Chang-Seok Ko
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From John H. Lee, starring Liam Neeson, Lee Jung-jae, Beom-su Lee, Se-Yeon Jin
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