Sump is a Korean thriller directed by Jung Byung-gil, in charge of the Netflix streaming platform, whose premiere was given on August 5 in its catalog.
The producer and distributor is adding a large amount of Asian content to its screen, predominantly Korean as a result of the event that originated after the premiere of the squid gamewhich will soon have its reality show.
Other emblematic cases of the platform in relation to the addition of oriental films and series are those of The paper house: Korea and the incorporation of the saga of Ju on from the japanese director Takashi Shimizu.
It is in this sense that the income of Sump to Netflix is not surprising, nor is its great success just hours after releasehoping to soon enter the top 10 worldwide, becoming one of the important titles in the catalog.
Sump: trailer and synopsis
- Synopsis: Two months after the start of a deadly pandemic that originated in a demilitarized zone and has been sweeping the US and North Korea, “Carter” wakes up with absolutely no memory of his past.
He has a mysterious device on his head, and in his mouth, a lethal bomb. A strange voice dictates orders in his ear. The bomb may explode at any moment, unless he rescues a girl who is the only antidote to the virus. But the CIA and North Korean forces are hot on his heels.
Sump it turns out a movie ideal to start the weekend with pure actionclenching his teeth and holding on tightly to the chair.
With a duration of 2 hours and being suitable for people over 18 years oldJung Byung-gil gives us a story full of adrenaline that, in an apocalyptic fictional worldcertainly refers to what was experienced during the few but long years of the pandemic.