Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: DTS/Dolby Digital 5.1/2.0
Cast: Gam Uh-Seong, Son Byeong-Ho
Release Year: 2004
Subtitle: English, Korean
Duration: 107 Minutes
"R-Point" - refers to a once strategically important region in an island 150 km south of HO Chi Minh city. French soldiers were fascinated by the
beauty of the island, upon which a leisure facility and a military hospital were built. But the area has a secret past, a haunting curse untold
for 30 years.
1st Vietnamese War -1949; 12 French soldiers who were in battle with communist guerillas went mysteriously missing. A total of 650 people have
been reported missing there without any explanation.
2nd Vietnamese War -1972; 9 Korean soldiers went missing in the area. There are accounts of unexplainable radio transmissions sent by the group
for 6 months requesting to be rescued.
Are these freak occurrences real or not? The fact is that a gravestone which says "No return" still stands, marking the entrance of the area. In
addition, to this day, there are reported sightings by local people of the girl who was slaughtered mercilessly a long time ago
The premise of this film is based on a story that has been passed on by oral tradition. Both French and Korean soldiers have gone missing in the
area known as R-Point. In 1972, when American forces were being withdrawn from Vietnam, Korean troops eager to go home, dreaming of returning to
their family and friends baring American made gifts and earned money from their service, were unexpectedly sent to R-Point on a mission which
would prove fatal. Although their desire to return home was everything to them, once they entered the haunted jungles of R-Point, all hopes of
coming back alive were lost. It was the living dead in the jungle that would not let them go. To this day, the cursed spirits of dead Korean
soldiers roam R-Point, continuing to search for a way out.