Film Review: Snowpiercer | The Man Cave Cinema

The world is a big place, but movies help make it a little smaller by placing the viewpoints of filmmakers far and wide within our grasp. Still, that doesn't mean cultural and language barriers don't oftentimes prevent films from reaching their widest possible audience. Rare is the film that can be all things to all people, but Snowpiercer might just be that kind of rarity: directed by South Korean filmmaker Joon-ho Bong, based on the 1982 French graphic novel, Le Transperceneige, and starring an international cast, it taps into universal themes of humanity for its story of a post-apocalyptic train ride gone off the rails.

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