Kim Ki-duk's 2002 drama "The Coast Guard" is a stunningly disturbing critique of contemporary Korea and its militant mindings of men and madness. The film showcases the human condition within the blinding bureaucracy of face-saving servitude. This award-winning piece of criticism is hard-hitting and intense; an introspective and revealing tale typical of Kim that depicts real human tragedy within a soulless and broken system. Enjoy!
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