Exit (2019)

Synopsis

Yong-Nam (Jo Jung-Suk) is an unemployed male in his late 20s/early 30s, and was pretty well-known in his college days as he was an ace climber at his school’s rock climbing club. However, upon graduation he fails to find a job and lives at his parent’s house as a sad, jobless man. At his mother’s 70th birthday party, he runs into Eui-Ju (Yoona), a junior of his from the rock climbing club, who’s now an employee at the facility that the birthday party is being held at. The two catch up, discussing how life’s been and all, but out of nowhere an explosion occurs and the whole city starts filling up with toxic gas. Yong-Nam and Eui-Ju use the skills they acquired from their rock-climbing days to escape the disaster of the gas attack.

Review

Ticket Price Value: $9

(Ticket Price Value is the price I would pay to watch the film again for the first time)

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