Shiri is a 1999 South Korean action film, written and directed by Kang Je-gyu.
In September 1992, an elite group of North Korean soldiers are put through a brutal training regime. Under the auspices of their commander, Park Mu-young (Choi Min-sik), they will be sent into South Korea as sleeper agents, to be reactivated at some later date. The most promising of the group is Lee Bang-hee, a female sniper who assassinates several key South Korean figures over the next six years.
|keywords||aircraft hijacking airliner answering machine arms dealer arms trafficking binary liquid bleed connect control room decorate department store dig discover drink engage explosive female sniper ground state han suk-kyu hide out hijack house international friendly kill kiss listen making of north korea police chief search sleeper agent sniper sniper rifle soccer steyr aug swat train wound young woman|
|producer||Byeon Moo-rim Lee Kwan-hak|
|productionCompany||Frontier Works Comic Kang Je-Kyu Film Co. Ltd. Samsung Entertainment|
|publisher||Destination Films Samsung Group Samuel Goldwyn Films|
|recordedAt||Seoul South Korea|