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"Some" follows a day in the life of Kang, one of those clich'd loose cannon cops, who when we first meet him is already in the midst of a marathon investigation. Kang is tracking down the members of a youth criminal gang that may or may not have stolen drugs out of a cop's car. There are many problems associated with this particular theft: one) the cop, out of whose car the drugs were stolen from, happens to be Kang's superior, as well as father figure, who is now under investigation for corruption; two) the young gang never had possession of the drugs, and thinks a crooked cop was the actual culprit; three) gangsters from Busan are scouring the streets in search of answers, and they're not too indiscriminate about whose legs they have to break to get answers.Into this mess comes traffic reporter Yu-jin, who happens to have moved into the apartment formerly owned by a member of the youth gang, thus incidentally coming into possession of the film's McGuffin. After the Busan gangsters make a failed grab at her, Yu-jin comes into contact with Kang. The answers to everyone's problems seem to reside in an MP3 player (the McGuffin in question) that another member of the youth gang had given Yu-jin before he met his untimely death in a car accident. Further complicating matters is Yu-jin's latent psychic abilities. You see, she seems to be remembering the entire day that the movie chronicles, and as the day grows longer, the more she starts to remember, including the death of a certain cop named Kang...
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Audience Reviews for Some
Solid mix of typical cop action, but with a light touch of the supernatural, giving it an intriguing twist. Well acted, well directed and well written.
This film is a pretty solid 7/10. The acting is good and the story is pretty compelling. The basic story is fairly generic, but they throw in an element of deja-vu that adds some great spice to it. If you can manage to get your hands on it - check it out.