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“Carter” was written and directed by Byung-Gil Jung and co-written by Byeong-sik Jung. Joo Won stars as Carter in the film. He opens his eyes and finds himself in a strange place, unable to understand what’s happening to him.
Not only do you have to save your own life, but your actions will determine whether hundreds of people live or die. Let’s see if he can process the information, figure out who he is and save people’s lives from the wrath of a deadly virus.
The Story of the Film
Humans were infected with a deadly virus, the symptoms of which appeared in the human body in just 5 minutes. Those who were infected showed abnormal and enhanced physical abilities. They turned into something like zombies, the only difference being that they were more agile and powerful than ever. The United States was affected by soldiers returning after serving in Korea. A large part of the North Korean population was also affected by the virus. South Korea, on the other hand, has been declared a virus-free zone by the World Health Organization. It was named DMZ virus because it originated in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. dr Jung Byeong-ho played an important role in this. the whole mess. He was missing for almost 19 days along with his daughter Jung Ha-na. dr Jung had cured his daughter of the virus, and doctors and researchers around the world wanted to know how he did it. on the way to chemical weapons from SinuijuInstitute to mass produce the antibody so the people of North Korea can be saved. But now that he’s gone, the North Koreans suspect the South should have a role in it.
The CIA had received the video of a naked man standing next to Dr. standing young He gave them an address and claimed that Dr. Young was still with him. CIA agents arrived at the scene, but the man couldn’t remember anything. I had no idea when he sent the video. Adding to the mystery was that the man had no idea who he was. There was a pool of blood in the room that led to a closet. A ringing tone could be heard from inside. Cabinet. Pick up the phone where an anonymous call came from telling him his name is “Carter” and then ask him to hand it over to the CIA agent behind him. As soon as the man gave the agent the phone, it exploded, killing her. The man was told to run away. building as the anonymous caller would also blow it up. She told him that he had a device implanted in his ear that allowed him to hear her voice. The man jumped from one building to the next. He still couldn’t understand what was happening to him. The adjoining building was probably a spa/bathhouse and there were many men who started looking at it. They attacked him, but he somehow managed to deal with them on his own. It made him realize that he was no ordinary human, for only a trained professional could have such skills. The voice in his ear guided him constantly as he had access to surveillance camera footage and could also detect heat signatures within a 50-meter radius. She tells him to get into the approaching car for more information. In the car, he meets Choi Yu-jin, who works for the National Intelligence Service (NIS) in South Korea. The woman who whispered in his ear was Han Jung Hee, who worked for the International Liaison Department in North Korea. She said they were working with South Korea to develop an antidote for the DMZ virus. Han Jung Hee tells him that they procured large quantities of anthrax vaccines so that Dr. Jung could easily carry out his research and development process. But Ha-na was kidnapped, and they knew that behind it was an agent of A9, a secret organization affiliated with the CIA.
Carter’s given mission was to find Hana and bring her to North Korea. Jung Hee makes another revelation that takes Carter by surprise. The mission had been suggested by Carter himself, who had told them to lock his memory. I don’t understand why it would be like that. Jung Hee tells him that he used to be a CIA agent from South Korea.He disguised his identity and entered North Korea as a journalist. He was a famous soldier in the South, but the North Korean government suspected him of being an American spy. They wanted to keep a close eye on him, so they planted a woman and told her to get information on him. But Carter and this North Korean spy fell in love and eventually got married. Han Jung Hee tells him that his wife died from the virus, but his daughter Yoon Hee, although infected by it, was still alive. She was being held at the Sinuiju Chemical Weapons Institute Research Facility. The mission was easy. He had to save Ha-na so her blood could be used to create an antidote and eventually given to his daughter and others like her to cure her infection.
Who was Micheal Bane? Did Ha-Na reach South Korea?
Ha-na was being held in a building heavily guarded by the CIA. Han Jung Hee tells Carter that most infected people die within 13 days. , then she too would succumb to the virus. He knew the stakes were high. Carter kills the CIA agent and reaches the room where Ha-na was being held. He leaves her with her father, Dr. Jung, who was with the North Koreans at the research facility. Her dad tells him to trust Carter. They were about to flee the facility when a group of CIA agents arrested them. The officer in charge named Smith arrives and tells him about the information they have gathered on him. Carter Lee was born in South Korea in 1986 and immigrated to New York at the age of 11. Carter had become a naturalized citizen of the People’s Democratic Republic. The Republic of North Korea. The agent couldn’t figure out where Carter’s allegiances lay. Did he work for the North or the South? It was still a mystery. Smith tells him the virus is a pre-planned initiative by the South Korean government, but Carter has his doubts. He believes that the United States government is the one that wants to use the situation to its advantage. Just then, Agnes, one of the CIA agents, arrived and told Smith that Carter’s movements matched those of a former CIA agent named Michael Bane. But according to the records, Michael Bane had been killed in Syria, although no one had seen his remains. Smith realizes that the BD-7, some sort of micro-device, has been attached to Carter’s neck. It was used to erase the remains. the memory of a person.
The CIA theorized that Michale Bane had undergone plastic surgery and assumed the identity of Carter. The DNA tests would come out, and only then could it be determined whether there was any truth to the hypothesis. Han Jung Hee intentionally redirects the signal to Carter’s molars so the CIA can catch him. The molar was a type of explosive device, and as soon as the CIA removed the teeth from its mouth, it detonated. Carter escapes again. He received a message from Agnes, the CIA agent, telling him his real name was Michael Bane, although the DNA evidence hadn’t come out yet. When Han Jung Hee tells her to get in the waiting car, Agnes tells her to move on. Catch the bus if you want to learn more about his real identity. Carter gets on the bus and meets Agnes. She tells him to trust her if he wants to survive. Before he could say anything else, he was shot. She tells him to run before the CIA catches him. Carter gets off the bus with Ha-na, but the black-clad bikers come and take her away. A full-on chase ensues, with both Carter and the multiple bikers attempting to compete for the most prized possession, i.e., ha-na. He hears someone’s voice, probably Agnes, in one of the headsets worn by CIA bikers. The lab result came back. He was actually Michael Bane, but the US authorities didn’t care. He had gone rogue and they had a reason to kill him. Carter killed anyone who opposed his mission. and arrived safely at the National Intelligence facility, where he met Kim Dong-gyu, the director of North Korea relations at NIS. Finally, they boarded the plane that would take them to North Korea. But danger still lurked around him; only it was camouflaged. Ri Cheol Ju, the doctor on the plane, took Ha-na with him and tried to escape. Carter tracks him down and they fight. Director Kim appears at the scene, shoots Ri Cheol dead, and asks if he works for the North Korean coup plotter. This was a new angle Carter was getting to know at the time. The putschist was probably the orchestrator of this whole façade. But Ri Cheol says he works for the United States. He kills Director Kim and then manages to throw Carter off the plane. He then goes upstairs and tells the other South Koreans and North Koreans that he had Kim killed because he was a CIA agent. Before he could say anything else, officers realized that some people on the plane had been infected, and before they knew it, they began killing everyone else. Ri Cheol took the opportunity and jumped out of the plane with Ha-na. But Carter was still alive. So far he’s stuck with the plan. He also jumped behind Ri Cheol and grabbed him while he was still in the air. He grabbed Ri Cheol’s parachute and landed alive with Ha-na. Carter killed all other soldiers who crossed his path and miraculously reached the North Korean border. defy all odds.
Leader of the North Korean Coup
Carter met Kim Jong Hyeok, the lieutenant general, and Han Jung Hee, the woman who spoke into the device implanted in her ear. Carter’s mission was now complete, and as promised by the North Korean government, his memory of him would be returned once Hanna was in her possession. But Kim Jong Hyeok had other plans. He was the leader of the coup in North Korea. He knew he could use the situation to his advantage. He stabbed the North Korean government in the back and wanted to influence the South Korean and US regimes. He does not give Carter his memory back and orders his men to kill him. Han Jung Hee, the voice in Carter’s ear, was the North Korean spy who was told to keep an eye on him when he came to the country as a journalist. Han Jung Hee was his wife and she had not died as she was previously told. Jung Hee asks Kim Jong Hyeok to spare Carter’s life and allow them to leave the country as previously decided. But Kim Jong Hyeok’s reckless ambitions to rule the country and create a new world in which he would be the uncrowned emperor were undeterred. Carter is able to defy death again and escapes by killing all the North Korean soldiers. One of them received a call from Kim Jong, who ordered Carter to be kept alive, not knowing that Carter had already killed everyone there and was going to get him. He arrives at the Sinuiju Chemical Plant, stands at a distance, and looks at Kim Jong through his sniper lens. He calls Hang Jung Hee and asks her to put her phone on speaker so he can hear what they were talking about. about Kim JongHe had told his soldiers to wait and not kill Carter until he gave them instructions because he wanted to lure Han Jung Hee to his side. He made her an offer to save Carter and her daughter in exchange for her loyalty to him. Jong Hyeok would not let them go because there was a threat that they would tell the US government everything and then the world would find out about his secret plan and everyone would look at him with complete indifference and disrespect. Even if Carter, the man who saved North Korea from the wrath of the virus, supported Kim Hyeok’s government, people would admire his leadership. But Han Jung Hee disagrees and Kim Hyeok points a gun at her. Carter fires his sniper but misses the target. Without wasting any time, he takes off the cliff in his car and enters the chemical plant.
Carter and Han Jung Hee find their daughter and bring her to Dr. Jung Byeong-ho at the facility, who immediately gives her an antidote. Carter and Han Jung Hee, Yoon Hee, Dr. Jung, and Ha-na escape the facility and run for their lives. Jung opens the stitches on his neck and places a device to retrieve all of his memories. Suddenly remember everything. He was attempting to flee North Korea with Han Jung Hee and their daughter when Kim Hyeok arrived with the forces and stopped him halfway. Carter knew there was no escaping this situation. The North Korean government would probably let him go, but they would never let one of their own, namely Han Jung Hee, leave them. So, Carter makes them an offer. He tells them if they would agree to set his wife and daughter free., then he would free Hanna from CIA captivity and bring her back to North Korea. Kim Jong Hyeok agrees but infects daughter Yoon Hee to keep Carter from pranking him. Now that he had fulfilled his part of the promise, Kim Jong had changed his mind. Kim Jong Hyeok’s men catch them. Carter takes Yoon Hee and Ha-na while Han Jung Hee and Dr. Young try to stop them. the strengths. Once again, Carter kills hundreds of soldiers and so does Kim Jong Hyeok. He saves his family and also Dr. Jung and his daughter Ha-na. Dandong in China. They thought they had ended their terror, but they didn’t. A surprise awaited her at the next step.
Will Carter have a Sequel?
Yoon Hee woke up because the antidote had worked. But just when they thought everything was fine, the bridge their train was traveling over exploded and shattered into fragments. Kim Jong Hyeok also said something earlier that indicated there may still be a lot unknown. His words made Carter doubt. He asked Carter how he could be so sure that the memories that came back weren’t someone else’s. This statement makes everyone suspicious. Carter couldn’t trust anyone, not even Han Jung Hee and Dr. Young. The explosion on the bridge could be the work of anyone, i.e., the CIA, the North Koreans, or the South Koreans. Perhaps Kim Jong Hyeok was not the leader of the coup and there was someone operating from the shadows whose identity was still unknown. Carter would have to trust his instincts and take the leap of faith if necessary, because his brain, his memories, and whatever he believed to be his reality were nothing more than a fabricated truth.
I would need to find out more about his life when he was Michael Bane as there wouldn’t be many clues hidden there either. He would need to gather more details about Agnes, the only CIA agent who wanted to rescue him, considering she had an intimate relationship with him in the past. He also says he knows him better than Han Jung Hee, what if that’s true? He would raise many questions about his alleged wife’s intention and motive. We still don’t have enough details on why he went rogue, left the CIA, and chose to go undercover in North Korea. The sequel will likely explore more of the mysteries and conspiracies. The South Korean action flick may have a story to tell, but the utterly gruesome execution of the one-shot stunt makes it not only clever but incredibly ridiculous at times. If you have a lot of free time I would do it. I suggest that sitting around and doing nothing would be more productive than watching this film.