Stop reading if you don't like foreign films with subtitles or if you like Jerry Bruckheimer films. Joint Security Area (JSA) is a Korean film by an Korean director called Chan-wook Park* (it may actually be Park Chan-Wook, but that's western cinema audiences for you) On the face of it, it seems like a far east version of A Few Good Men based around an incident at an outpost on the DMZ between North and South Korea. I liked a few good men a lot. This film kicks it into touch. It's worth watching for 3 reasons alone: -The bit with the Choco Pie (we'll be invading the north in our service/life times, so it's worth hearing the odd NK outlook on life) -The fart joke -The very last shot before the credits rolled. Still gets me. If you like thinking mens' soldier flicks you'll like this. Bear with it. Don't watch it with the doris, she won't be able to keep up (timelines jump around a bit). It's not written solely from either side's PoV and it doesn't slag America off, so our brothers over the water can watch it without feeling dirty. I got it from Choices DVD rental (a national chain) *He's directed films like Old Boy and Sympathy for Mr Vengeance, which are great, but very different to this.