SNOWPIERCER
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Film Info
Rating:Not Rated
Runtime:126 mins
Director:Bong Joon-ho
Year Released:2014
Production Country:Czech Republic
South Korea
Website:snowpiercer-film.com
Description

"The best action film of 2014, and probably the best film, period." - Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com

"An enormously ambitious, visually stunning and richly satisfying futuristic epic. Snowpiercer has the kind of solid narrative craftsmanship, carefully drawn characters and--above all--respect for the audience's intelligence rarely encountered in high-concept genre cinema." - Scott Foundas, Variety

Director Bong Joon-ho (THE HOST, MEMORIES OF MURDER) has become a cinematic superstar molding traditional genres to his visionary ends. Working with an all-star international cast and the biggest budget of his career, he gives us a blazingly original--and darkly funny--vision of the future. In this wild post-apocalyptic thriller, the planet has frozen, thanks to a botched attempt to reverse global warming, and all the surviving humans are packed aboard a self-sustaining train that endlessly circles the globe. But the train is rigidly divided by wealth and class, the downtrodden massed together in the rear and ripe for revolution. Led by Chris Evans, they begin to make their violent way to the front, where the master of the train awaits them. Is this science fiction, or an allegory of our times? (Synopsis from Los Angeles Film Festival)


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