Sunday, December 31, 2017

REVIEW: A Taxi Driver

From May 18-27, 1980, in South Korea, a series of events known as the Gwangju Uprising led to the deaths of 606 people. Director Jang Hoon revisits this tumultuous period with his latest film, “A Taxi Driver.” While conventional wisdom would lead to you expect a somber affair, Jang instead takes a national tragedy and crafts a winning film about sacrifice and honor.

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