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

- Be careful!

- I thought you were sleeping?

Just drive.

How can I sleep like this?

Switch the lights off.

It's better with the lights on.

Isn't it, Aoki?

We're all tense, anyway.

At least we can see what's going on.

I don't like it when it's dark.

Will dawn ever come?

Driver, how far away

is that cabin you mentioned?

Once we're there, we'll be safe.

We won't reach there till after dawn.

We'll be safe there.

What's that noise? Is it OK?

I just gave it too much gas.

I don't mind speed,

but please be careful.

You leave the driving to me.

Back in the war,

I led a motorized unit.

Then you should know

the driver's code.

Detective, what's that?

Here they come.

Just drive through it.

No, don't. Back up.

It's not moving.

I'll go take a look.

Miss, no! The crooks will get you.

- Like in a thrilling Western!

- Thrilling?

I knew we should've waited.

Wait for the train, I said.



- I think we're all a little too jumpy.

- You're right, there.

There's enough of us

to take care of any gang.

Dispose of the store's wrapper,

or he'll know where I've been.

Will your sugar-daddy be back already?

Don't be so weak.

We'll be back well before he is.

The answer here is "mistress".

For "illicit lover".

Lots of legs out today.

So many different people on the bus.

It's fate, isn't it?

How are you there, Miss?

I represent this company.

"Japan Artistic Clothing Agency"?

What's that?

Simply put, women's lingerie.

Brassieres, petticoats, corsets

and pantaloons.

We stock items

for young and old alike.

Anything for me?

All the movie stars wear our products.

You're keen,

making sales at a time like this.

No need to buy,

just examine my samples.

All the big stars know

that being well-dressed

begins with quality underwear.

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