TIME TO HUNT (NC16)[hhmc]

134 minutes/Netflix

Time To Hunt is a thriller set in a future South Korea ruined by mass poverty, causing widespread criminality and corruption.

It begins with three likeable young men at the bottom of society, whose desire for a fresh start overseas leads them to rob a mob-owned casino. After the robbery, the three flee across the country, chased by a relentless contract killer hired by the mob.

The film's star-studded young cast includes Choi Woo-shik, who broke onto the international film scene as the son of a struggling family in Parasite (2019), Lee Je-hoon (Signal, 2016) and Ahn Jae-hong (Fight For My Way, 2015).



From creator and actor Mindy Kaling comes Never Have I Ever – a coming-of-age, young adult romantic comedy about an Indian-American teenager, Devi (played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), who lives with her family in Los Angeles.

Kaling – who with The Mindy Project became the first Indian-American showrunner and star of a Hollywood television show – loosely based the story on her experiences growing up as a child of Indian immigrants and a self-professed nerd.

The 10-part series looks at Devi's life eight months after the traumatic loss of a family member.

While suppressing her sadness, Devi falls for the hot swimmer at school Paxton Hall-Yoshida, fights with her academic nemesis Ben Gross and weathers crises with best friends Fabiola and Eleanor.

BORN FREE (PG)[hhmc]

95 minutes/Available on Channel 5 and meWATCH on Sunday, 12.30pm

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