"Set in the devastated city of Seoul after the Korean War, this Korean cinematic masterpiece takes an unflinching look at the desperate lives of one destitute family struggling to survive. Song Chul Ho (Kim Jin Kyu), a low-level clerk at an accounting office in Seoul, can barely support his mentally ill mother (Noh Jae Shin), his pregnant wife (Moon Jeong Suk) and two young kids, as well as his sister (Seo Ae Ja) and aimless younger brother, Young Ho (Choi Mu Ryong). Young Ho is a wounded war veteran who is bitter about his lack of job opportunities after the war and spends most of his time getting drunk with his war buddies. Chul Ho’s younger sister prostitutes herself to foreigners to try to make extra money but still can’t lighten Chul Ho’s burden. Can Chul Ho find a way to escape this desperate life? “Aimless Bullet,” also known as “Stray Bullet,” is a classic 1960 South Korean film directed by Yoo Hyun Mok. It has been called the best Korean film ever made and the pinnacle of realist cinema for its unadulterated look at post-war life in Korea in the late 1950s. "