Eight Hours of Terror

Synopsis: Although they successfully rob a jewelry store, the thieves botch the getaway and are forced to take shelter in a hotel--taking the guests and staff hostage in the process.
Genre: Crime, Thriller
Director(s): Muk Kim
Year:
1962
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Maybe so.

In a worst case scenario,

they could be somewhere along your route.

Sounds dangerous.

Our cause requires us to move calmly,

deliberately and logically.

Waiting for the train is safer.

Let's not take the bus.

Except for those with urgent

shareholder or student meetings,

I suggest you wait

until the trains are running again.

Shareholders and students,

please board the bus.

The driver will see you

through any danger.

Let us all summon our courage.

If we die, we die together.

It's quite thrilling,

just like a Western movie!

Like a Western? Come on, let's go!

- Tomio!

- Armed crooks are on the loose.

Armed crooks?

I'm not afraid of any gang.

What if our poor daughter is really ill?

I'm not afraid of gangs, Miss.

I've saved you a seat.

At times like this,

women have more courage.

It's the only way we'll get to Tokyo.

Isn't it, ma'am?

Criminals are so frightening.

Thank you for your patience.

There's a police detective

on board with you.

I see no need to worry

about robbers or armed gangs.

Right, Detective?

You're a detective?

I feel so much safer.

I'm escorting this prisoner,

so I may not be much help.

I expect to run

into other detectives on the way.

Yes, they sometimes use

the mountain cabin.

- Is that right?

- It's getting late. Let's leave now.

Well, then, everyone.

Bank robbery and a landslide?

The more the merrier for me.

Listen, do you hear something?

You hear that?

Oh, Lord Buddha, save my soul!

Don't go yelling out like that again.

It was nothing at all.

- What are you looking for?

- My whiskey.

It's right there, isn't it?

At times like this, sleep is the best.

Driver, switch the lights off.

I want to sleep.

That'll make it easier to drive.

Goodnight, everyone.

Oh, no!

No, wait!

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