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Korea · 2016
Rated PG-13 · 2h 6m
Director Kim Seong-hun
Starring Ha Jung-woo, Bae Doo-na, Oh Dal-su, Shin Jung-geun
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller

On his way home for his daughter's birthday, Lee Jung-Soo drives into a tunnel that collapses and traps his car under tons of debris. As the government sets up an accident task force, public opinion slowly divides on whether to save him or leave him to die for the completion of a second tunnel nearby.

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Screen International by

Kim successfully captures the loneliness and entrapment underneath the debris and the chaos outside.


The Hollywood Reporter by Frank Scheck

Infusing its nightmarish scenario with bracing doses of satirical humor, Tunnel is smarter and more sophisticated than most Hollywood attempts at the genre.


The Playlist by Gary Garrison

Too often the mechanisms of plot can be felt, the beats of the story seen, and the obvious intentions of the story heard in a line of dialogue. So, while at times it’s easy to see the great film that Tunnel could have been, that never stops it from being perfectly watchable thriller that it is.


Los Angeles Times by Gary Goldstein

Unfortunately, there’s not enough story here to warrant the film’s more than two-hour running time; 90 taut minutes tracking a week in the ruined tunnel would have sufficed. Still, it’s a vivid and relatable tale.


Variety by Jay Weissberg

While Kim Seong-hun’s Tunnel sounds like it resembles any number of creepy tunnel pics or grand catastrophe epics, it’s actually a lean, enjoyable disaster story with enough distinctive elements to make it feel relatively fresh.

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