Broker: discover the reactions to the Unlimited screening

Tender new drama Broker opens viewers' eyes to a little-seen and fascinating side of South Korean life. Revered Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda (Shoplifters) presents the story of a group of people who sell abandoned babies on the black market, which ultimately leads to recrimination when a regretful mother returns seeking the child she left behind.

Kore-eda's typically perceptive yet gentle camerawork illuminates humanity's capacity for self-preservation and compassion in equal measure. He also marshalls the skills of an outstanding cast, led by Parasite scene-stealer Song Kang-ho, to present a morally complex story in which good and bad decisions kaleidoscopically spiral around each other.

The movie recently screened in advance for Cineworld Unlimited members and we've rounded up several of their responses. Here's what they had to say about it.

If you missed the screening, then don't miss Broker on general release at Cineworld from February 24th.


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