Excerpt: The Film Lee Jeong-beom has done very solid business in Asia and it's easy to see why audiences have embraced his film. Extremely stylish, kinetic, violent and sentimental, The Man From Nowhere is fantastic crowd pleasing entertainment. Yet I would claim much more than that, this film is surprisingly touching, wickedly funny and passionate about its victims - outsider children in modern crime riddled South Korea.
Excerpt: CHA Tae-shik (Won Bin, Mother ) is a former Special Forces agent who stepped out of the game when his loved ones were killed in a hit meant for him. Nowadays, he's a destitute pawn shop owner whose only friend is neighbor So-mi (Kim Sae-Ron), a little girl with a troubled home life. When So-mi's mother steals drugs from an international crime syndicate, the bad guys kidnap So-mi along with her.