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The FluA terrible epidemic landed in Bundang is spreading everywhere. It causes the uncontrollable chaos. To prevent the disease spreading to other areas, a city just 19km from Seoul with a half million people is in the risk of being destroyed. Meanwhile, doctor In-hye and rescue worker Ji-goo have to go to the disease centre to find the serum to prepare the vaccine. Could they succeed in preparing medicine or the city will be destroyed?
Actors of "The Flu"
Directors of "The Flu"Sung-su KimBirthdate: 15 November 1961, Seoul, South Korea
Creators of "The Flu"Yeong-jong LeeSung-soo Kim
Critic Reviews of "The Flu"L.A. WeeklySeptember 06, 2013
Mostly works on a visceral level in spite of its familiarity; these tropes exist for a reason.New York TimesSeptember 05, 2013
Buried beneath a melodramatic plot rife with unlikely coincidences and a love affair with fewer sparks than Robert De Niro's 1990 wooing of Jane Fonda in "Stanley & Iris."Birmingham MailOctober 10, 2014
A well-made, edge-of-seat action thriller that's no more serious - and often just as much fun - as Channing Tatum's White House Down.Observer (UK)November 24, 2013
Kim Sung-su rallies the crowd and action scenes with ease, although the intertwining strands of the overcooked narrative occasionally threaten to unravel.Birmingham PostNovember 22, 2013
From the opening caption 'This film is not based on real events', Flu has style and energy.GuardianNovember 21, 2013
Frequent spluttering montages provide silly fun, but this sort of doomsday projection surely ought to be terrifying.Little White LiesNovember 21, 2013
Korean director Kim Sung-su revives the '70s-style disaster movie, with somewhat iffy results.Total FilmNovember 20, 2013
Not so much World War Z as World War Zzzz.Grolsch Film WorksNovember 12, 2013
despite featuring mass death and Holocaust imagery... somehow FLU still finds plenty of room for goofy buddy comedy, mawkish romance and routines involving excessive child cutesiness. It is a misjudged mélange of incongruous tonesExaminer.comSeptember 08, 2013
The Flu can best be described as South Korea's answer to Contagion. If it wasn't for the film's massive amount of theatrics in an already harrowing story, The Flu would be the best disaster film to come along since The Tower.
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