A bold serial killer known only as "Goliath" sets into motion a series of events that will help authorities solve a mystery that has plagued a futuristic city in unified Korea for nearly 30 years in this flashy sci-fi thriller from up-and-coming director Yun-su Jeon. As a high-profile forensics investigator and a overworked police officer quickly close in on the relentless killer, everything is not as it seems and each death reveals clues that point ever deeper into the past. Only when Goliath is finally caught will the mysteries of the past reveal the truth behind the city's dark past. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This is a good movie, though it warrants some quibbling. The movie's runtime was long, clocking in at about 2 hours. After the first 90 minutes, it appeared the producers tacked on one extra scene after another that didn't really further the story. And within 2 hours, one would have expected Kim Seon-ah, who played May, too have more lines and action sequences. Despite her character's gruff personality, Kim Seon-ah comes off as a real girly girl in the "Making Of" extra. The one huge negative in this title's release was that selecting the Korean language means you'll be listening to stereo sound. Only the English language selection supports Dolby Digital 5.1. And throughout most of the movie the picture seemed overly dark, so you may want to adjust your TV's brightness. Unless you make it through the very end, the whole premise of the story may seem unclear. Overall, recommended.