Deaf critic movie review of Train to Busan
Train to Busan is a South Korean horror thriller film and is directed by Yeon Sang-ho.
The film stars Gong Yoo (as Seok –woo), Ma Dong-seok (as Sang-hwa), Jung Yu-mi (as Seong-kyeong) and Kim Su-an (as Soo-an) in important roles.
The film is about Seok –woo who decides to take his daughter Soo-an on a train to Busan as her birthday gift.
The train travellers include Sang-hwa and his pregnant wife Seong-kyeong, a high school baseball team, elderly sisters, a homeless man, among others.
As the train departs, a young woman boards the train with a bite wound on her leg which is shown to be a zombie infection.
She soon attacks a female train attendant and the zombie infection spreads to the other train passengers.
Will Seok-woo and Soo-an be able to survive from the passengers who have become zombies and reach Busan safely forms the remaining part of the story.
The film shows how good people try to sacrifice and work hard to put an end to the bad deeds of selfish people.
The film’s visual effects and engaging thriller scenes will entertain the horror movie lovers to sit and watch till the end.
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