Starring Seo In Guk and Lee Soo Hyuk, South Korean crime action film “Pipeline” is making its way to Singapore cinemas this June 3. The movie depicts six thieves hoping to change their lives through stealing oil. The movie also stars Eum Moon Suk, Yoo Seung Mok, Tae Hang Ho and Bae Da Bin, directed by Yoo Ha, whose last production was 2015 film “Gangnam Blues”.
Korea has over 1,200km of pipeline that acts as the country’s artery. There are several individuals who make the headlines by tapping into this network in order to siphon oil. Drill-bit (Seo In Guk) is a drilling prodigy who is offered by Gun-woo (Lee Soo Hyuk), the head of an oil refining company, a large sum of money for completing the impossible heist to drill into the pipeline between Honam and Seoul-Busan highway within a month. To get the job done in time, he puts together a team of misfits: civil engineer ‘Mr. Na’, excavation expert ‘Big Shovel’, and welding expert ‘Folder’. And just as the cops get a wind of this oil heist, Drill-bit’s mine collapses, his team gets cornered from all sides. As the operation gets delayed from setbacks, Gun-woo threatens their lives. Drill-bit’s group promises to get the job done in 2 days but Gun-woo plans to blow up both the oil tank and Drill-bit’s group after the oil has been siphoned…
Catch the movie trailer below:
South Korean action movie “Pipeline” screens in Singapore cinemas from 3 June 2021.