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This episode does get a little preachy regarding ideology, but considering the themes here it is to be expected. These sections all fit together to make a complete film that is long in run time, but absolutely worth it.
What impresses most is the consistent, clear tone and vision throughout; the comedy never up-ends the thoughtful elements, nor the other way around. Balance is key, and as such, Doomsday Book is well worth the long wait.
sandwiching Kim Ji-woon's serious and savoury speculative fiction between Yim Pil-sung's two altogether more absurdist slices of Armageddon, these three stories are concerned as much with renewal as with destruction.