Park Shin-hye in a still from Korean thriller The Call, directed by Lee Chung-hyun and co-starring Jun Jong-seo. Photo: Netflix Park Shin-hye in a still from Korean thriller The Call, directed by Lee Chung-hyun and co-starring Jun Jong-seo. Photo: Netflix
Park Shin-hye in a still from Korean thriller The Call, directed by Lee Chung-hyun and co-starring Jun Jong-seo. Photo: Netflix

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Netflix movie review: The Call – Korean thriller starring Park Shin-hye, Jun Jong-seo bends time and space for a high-concept cat and mouse game

  • A remake of The Caller, a British/Puerto Rican thriller from 2011, The Call takes all established rules of time travel movies and turns them on their head
  • If you can put logic and realism firmly on hold, the film’s audacious premise proves hugely effective and results in an entertaining experience

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Park Shin-hye in a still from Korean thriller The Call, directed by Lee Chung-hyun and co-starring Jun Jong-seo. Photo: Netflix Park Shin-hye in a still from Korean thriller The Call, directed by Lee Chung-hyun and co-starring Jun Jong-seo. Photo: Netflix
Park Shin-hye in a still from Korean thriller The Call, directed by Lee Chung-hyun and co-starring Jun Jong-seo. Photo: Netflix
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