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After the spying mission of his father failed, North Korean boy Ri Myung-hoon and his sister Ri Hye-in are sent to a labor prison. Myung-hoon volunteers to become a spy to protect his sister and infiltrate South Korea as a juvenile detective. While at school as a regular student in South Korea, he met a girl also named Hye-in and rescues her when she is attacked. South Korean Intelligence detect Myung-hoons behavior and start tracing him while his government sent an assistant to assassinate him.
113 min
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New York Times
For all the shooting, knifing and nattering about sleeper cells, the film feels weirdly static and terminally tired.
December 05, 2013
Film Journal International
The story of an undercover spy caught in a web of intrigue, this South Korean import slams North Korean ruthlessness and treachery via a tale that's derivative and-in both dramatic and political terms-frustratingly shallow.
December 04, 2013
Village Voice
When Commitment isn't a perfectly forgettable action film, it's either an oil-thin melodrama or a charbroiled treat for meatheads.
December 03, 2013
Philadelphia Inquirer
Lots of family tragedy, saccharine love, and high-impact tae kwon do.
December 06, 2013
Washington Post
The filmmakers are committed to tragic romanticism. If they muster few thrills and no surprises, at least they don't stoop to a happy ending.
December 05, 2013