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The Negotiation

The Negotiation

The Negotiation

Ha Chae-yun (Son Ye-jin), lovely in pink toward the beginning of The Negotiation, is definitely not upbeat, as she has been called into work amid her get-away, an arranged meet up. Mind you, this isn’t some insignificant office blip, for she fills in as an expert police mediator in Seoul and must deal with a twofold prisoner episode that closes horrendously with the two exploited people and their abductors butchered by an ungainly SWAT group. The Negotiation

Shaken to center by the grisly result, she is prepared to stop the power, however is hauled in yet again. Amazing criminal arms dealer Min Tae-gu (Hyun Bin) has caught a policeman and a writer in Bangkok and is requesting Ha to be his moderator. A 12-hour due date hangs over his abductees’ lives. The Negotiation

First-time chief Lee Jong-seok, who was colleague executive and screenwriter for two of the most mainstream late movies in Korea, Ode to My Father and The Himalayas, indicates significant class aptitudes here, keeping up an excellent strained quality that—in the ballyhoo speech of old—gets you without much forethought. The content may have such a large number of turns veering into unlikelihood—including the chestnut gadget of obscure politicos in the blend—until the point that the genuine idea of the heartless Min is at long last uncovered, at the same time, in fact, this is Korean business filmmaking taking care of business. It’s loaded up with stunningly motor activity scenes, expertly captured and acutely altered, if weighed down with one of those loudly nonexclusive activity motion picture music scores. You are essentially  The Negotiation bolted from that opening, if abhorrent, scene. The Negotiation

Lee has discovered the ideal hero in Son, whose sensitive attractiveness facade one sketchy, relentless and distinctly keen proficient against-her-actual nature. Hyun Bin, who like Son is one of Korea’s greatest film stars, known as the romantic comedy lord while she is the drama ruler, articles his first wretched job, holding his model comeliness while conveying a noteworthy unpleasant gravitas to this alleged beast of debasement. His encounter scenes with Son make sensational flashes fly. The Negotiation

Ha Chae-yun (Son Ye-jin), beautiful in pink toward the beginning of The Negotiation, is definitely not cheerful, as she has been called into work amid her excursion, an arranged meet up. Mind you, this isn’t some unimportant office blip, for she fills in as an expert police moderator in Seoul and must deal with a twofold prisoner episode that closes horribly with the two exploited people and their abductors butchered by an awkward SWAT group. The Negotiation

Shaken to center by the ridiculous result, she is prepared to stop the power, yet is hauled in yet again. Ground-breaking criminal arms merchant Min Tae-gu (Hyun Bin) has caught a policeman and a columnist in Bangkok and is requesting Ha to be his arbitrator. A 12-hour due date hangs over his abductees’ lives. The Negotiation

First-time chief Lee Jong-seok, who was collaborator executive and screenwriter for two of the most prominent late movies in Korea, Ode to My Father and The Himalayas, demonstrates significant class abilities here, keeping up a commendable strained quality that—in the ballyhoo speech of old—gets you without much forethought. The content may have an excessive number of turns veering into unlikelihood—including the chestnut gadget of obscure politicos in the blend—until the point when the genuine idea of the heartless Min is at long last uncovered, however, in fact, this is Korean business filmmaking getting it done. It’s loaded up with amazingly dynamic activity scenes, expertly captured and distinctly altered, if weighed down with one of those deafeningly nonexclusive activity film music scores. You are basically bolted from that opening, if grisly, scene.

Lee has discovered the ideal hero in Son, whose fragile attractiveness facade one crude, tireless and distinctly savvy proficient against-her-actual nature. Hyun Bin, who like Son is one of Korea’s greatest film stars, known as the romantic comedy lord while she is the acting ruler, expositions his first detestable job, holding his model comeliness while conveying a noteworthy unpleasant gravitas to this alleged beast of debasement. His encounter scenes with Son make sensational flashes fly.

Duration: 114 min

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IMDb: 6.2

The Negotiation
The Negotiation
The Negotiation
The Negotiation