Watch: 연평해전 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – Based on the true story that is known as the second battle of Yeonpyeong, this movie tells the story of some of the young soldiers who fought and died in the battle. The battle took place in the yellow sea on 29th of June in 2002, when two North-Korean vessels boarded the NLL – the Northern Limit Line – and fired at the South-Korean patrol boat named Chamsuri 357, killing six men and left 18 injured..
Plot: In this true story from 2002, South Korean patrol boats engaged in a deadly battle with North Korean patrol boats who crossed the maritime border known the Northern Limit Line and attacked.
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Suspenseful, entertaining, authentic naval warfare film
Caught this on Netflix streaming, while I had “nothing better to do;” and, boy, am I glad I did. “Northern Limit Line” is, clearly the most authentic movie about military life since “We Were Soldiers”; and it the most the most authentic film about shipboard life since “Das Boot”, but a lot more entertaining. Based on a two incident, what would be called a “clash” by a news reader in a paragraph on a “Nightly News,” “Nothern Line Limit” is, alternately, suspenseful, exciting, grueling and, ultimately, touching. Very well written, directed, photographed, acted and scored, “Northern Limit Line” also contains the longest modern naval warfare sea battle I have seen. Hollywood could certainly learn from South Korea about how to film a sea battle. My only slight quibble is the editing. One or two sequences end abruptly, disorienting the viewer for an instant. The movie could also use a slight trimming, particularly the “port departure sequence” on the day of the battle.
Inexplicably, I could not enjoy “Northern Limit Line” on my home theater system. For some reason, the title does not appear on the Netflix “Search” menu on my Roku. Too bad, because the sea battle cries out for a big screen and Surround sound. I give “Northern Limit Line” a “9”.
WW2 T-34 tank on the bow of a N.Korean patrol boat
Haven’t seen that since the Red Army crossed the Volga . It was fascinating to see how courteous Koreans are even in the heat of battle….always bowing and gesturing with the utmost in respect toward authority figures be it a Lieutenant, friend or a family member . The lone gun duel between the two Korean ships was awesome!( I know that’s insensitive and I should take the gravitas into account but the movie wasn’t made for the History Channel)
Such a big Ocean & World and it comes down to a rusting North Korean ship with antiquated gun mounts versus a South Korean ship with a few ack ack guns. The T-34 Tank on the bow of a poor North Korean ship bizarrely stuck in the 1950’s versus the affluent navy of todays S. Korea was something right out of the Twilight Zone . The South Korean ship was ambushed at point blank range after a game of Cold War Cat & Mouse along the coastal DMZ (So I learned some History Channel trivia)
Now the drama did get a bit hysterical but I’ve noticed that in many Asian movies. So I just went along with the cultural differences with an open mind . What was different between a Western war movie and an Asian? No drunkenness, no romantic side story, no smart-ass multicultural sailors …just pure patriotism in a fair knife fight on the open sea. If I was South Korean I would be proud and it would bring a tear to me eye….but as an insensitive lout I thoroughly enjoyed this bloody swashbuckling adventure .
Original Language ko
Runtime 2 hr 10 min (130 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama, War
Director Kim Hak-soon
Writer Soon-jo Choi, Kim Hak-soon
Actors Mu-Yeol Kim, Jin Goo, Hyun-Woo Lee
Country South Korea
Awards 1 win & 6 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Redcode RAW (5K) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema