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    Reader comments on Double Agent

    Subject: In a Korean Perspective
    Date: May 17, 2003
    Sender: KatherinePrevious | Next

    The movie Double Agent is concerned about the true feelings of Koreans living in Korea. It shows how politics and governments get in way of how Koreans truely feel-the sense that we are one not north or south. We are one people who share the same history, language and identity. This point is expressed in other movies such as JSA and Shiri. In order for the two main actors to stay together in their ideological differences they had to give up their nationalism. This is the sentiment of the many, For the purpose remaining together, they cannot choose one or the other but abandon both.

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    » In a Korean Perspective «   from Katherine, May 17, 2003
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  • [no subject]   from nakre, Sep 3, 2004
  • hi   from AliceJoh , May 31, 2012
  • hi   from Alicejoh , May 31, 2012
  • » In a Korean Perspective «   from Katherine, May 17, 2003
  • Joshua Tanzer's review of   from Edwin Bergmann, May 19, 2003
  • Re: Joshua Tanzer's review of   from Harry K, May 26, 2003
  • [no subject]   from nakre, Sep 3, 2004
  • hi   from AliceJoh , May 31, 2012
  • hi   from Alicejoh , May 31, 2012