Silmido (2003) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0387596/ http://www.silmido2003.co.kr/ http://www.mediacircus.net/silmido.html http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/nation/200402/kt2004021619112511990.htm This is an interesting-sounding movie - from the short synopsis at Poker (where I spotted this title), it almost sounds like a grown-up (and true story) version of Battle Royale 8) Makes me wonder if that Korean historical event influenced Koushun Takami in any way... This is that synopsis: "Based on the true story of the events that took place during the Silmido H.I.D. Project in the late 1960's in South Korea. A special training project has been created in South Korea to combat the growing threat of North Korea and Kim Il-Sung. 31 dysfunctional outcasts and criminals, including a captured North Korean Special Unit member, have been selected to undergo an incredibly hellish training with one mission in mind - to infiltrate the North Korean Presidential Palace, destroy the building, and behead Kim Il-Sung. When the mission is aborted, the 31 selected members are forced to continue training, with the supervisors resorting to executions to keep them in line. As the relationship between North and South Korea moves toward peace, a final decision is made to execute the Silmido Project, and the involuntary members of the unit." Anyone seen this?