Movie: The Deal (English title) / Murder Request (literal title) Revised romanization: Salinuiroe Hangul: 살인의뢰 Director: Son Yong-Ho Writer: Ahn Young-Jin, Son Yong-Ho, Kwon Sung-Whee Producer: Ahn Young-Jin Cinematographer: Lee Jong-Yeol Release Date: March 12, 2015 Runtime: 102 min. In this particular movie, he gives us the background to Tony Blair's ascendancy to the leadership of the British Labour Party.
Best True Story Election or Campaign Movie? The Deal (2003) Dir. It is approaching an election in the UK when the leader of the Labour party, John Smith, suffers another in a line of heart attacks and dies. As a debut that borrows from many well-known Korean films, it's hard to say what director Son Yong-ho brings to the project.

It is approaching an election in the UK when the leader of the Labour party, John Smith, suffers another in a line of heart attacks and dies. "The Deal" has the questionable honor of being on this list of films. Korea delivers yet another serviceable revenge thriller with The Deal, a well-oiled but overly familiar addition to the longstanding local genre staple. Then again, Peter Morgan Tae-soo (Kim Sang-kyeong) is one of the detectives working on the case.

All content © 2004-2020 ScreenAnarchy LLC. Korean movies have become very popular now, Korean directors make some of the best Drama and thriller movies, if you haven’t watched any Korean movies start watching some of the best Korean movies. With young women violently murdered during downpours and Kim Sang-kyung once again playing a hapless detective at his wit's end, the film immediately calls to mind modern classic Memories of Murder (2003), an inevitable comparison but a tough act to live up to. That's because right from the start he has to emotionally cope with quite a lot of stuff and later on sheds numerous tears on different occasions, Harry Perkins, steel worker and trade unionist from Sheffield, becomes Prime Minister of the UK by a landslide, partly because of corruption and public disillusionment with the Conservative... See full summary ». With William H. Macy, Meg Ryan, LL Cool J, Elliott Gould. "The Deal". AKA: Doppelspitze. He demonstrates a keen feel for the film's aesthetic and crafts some good scenes but with poor pacing and a unbalanced tone that seems less deliberate than unsure of itself, he seems a more visually-inclined filmmaker than a natural storyteller. Profile. However, it's the kind of film that is more likely to remind viewers of far superior Korean thrillers than leave any sort of lasting impression of its own.