Jung Woo-sung (left), Kwak Do-won (front) and Angus Macfadyen in a still from Steel Rain 2: Summit (category IIB; Korean, English), directed by Yang Woo-seok. Jung Woo-sung (left), Kwak Do-won (front) and Angus Macfadyen in a still from Steel Rain 2: Summit (category IIB; Korean, English), directed by Yang Woo-seok.
Jung Woo-sung (left), Kwak Do-won (front) and Angus Macfadyen in a still from Steel Rain 2: Summit (category IIB; Korean, English), directed by Yang Woo-seok.

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Steel Rain 2: Summit movie review – Korean submarine thriller doubles as a pointed political satire

  • Kwak Do-won plays a rogue general from North Korea and Jung Woo-sung the leader of South Korea. Angus Macfadyen’s oafish US president eclipses them both
  • The three are held hostage aboard a rogue submarine and must iron out their differences to avert a nuclear Armageddon

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Jung Woo-sung (left), Kwak Do-won (front) and Angus Macfadyen in a still from Steel Rain 2: Summit (category IIB; Korean, English), directed by Yang Woo-seok. Jung Woo-sung (left), Kwak Do-won (front) and Angus Macfadyen in a still from Steel Rain 2: Summit (category IIB; Korean, English), directed by Yang Woo-seok.
Jung Woo-sung (left), Kwak Do-won (front) and Angus Macfadyen in a still from Steel Rain 2: Summit (category IIB; Korean, English), directed by Yang Woo-seok.
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