Steel Rain: Summit is set to make its premiere in Singapore cinemas on 6 August 2020. Unlike the usual sequels that follow the story of the prequel, Steel Rain: Summit will not continue its story from the 2017 Steel Rain film. Instead, this film will share an extended view of the issues of the prequel that the Korean Peninsula is headed towards a peace regime, but faced with a political upheaval in North Korea that could mean a threat of war.
Starring Jung Woo-sung, Kwak Do-won, Yoo Yeon-seok and Angus Macfadyen, Steel Rain: Summit is a steppingstone to the ultimate hope of establishing peace on the Korean Peninsula. The four actors’ steel-strong chemistry will shine through the confrontation, reconciliation, conflict, and arguments while remaining stuck inside a nuclear submarine that could explode at any time.
Leaders of South Korea, North Korea, and the U.S. hold a summit in Wonsan, North Korea to discuss North Korea’s nuclear issue and peace in the Korean Peninsula. Interrupted by some North Korean hardliners who have raised a coup, the leaders of the three countries are abducted and taken away on a North Korean submarine. As the North Korean hardliners, the U.S., Japan, and China each set up their own plans for war, how will President Han (played by Jung Woo-sung) of South Korea, who is trapped inside a submarine, overcome this crisis?
Title: Steel Rain: Summit
Genre: Action, Drama
Cast: Jung Woo-sung, Kwak Do-won, Yoo Yeon-seok, Angus Macfadyen
Directed by: Yang Woo-suk
Singapore Release Date: (NEW) Sneaking 7-10 August | Opening 13 August
Rating: NC16 (Some coarse language)
Runtime: 132 minutes
(Movie Poster & Stills: Purple Plan)
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