Beware of Imported Viagra Salesmen in Writer/Director Woo Min-ho’s Spy

Spy (2012) Movie Image

Don’t you hate it when your Viagra salesman of-choice turns out to be a secret South Korean spy? Apparently that’s the premise for writer/director Woo Min-ho’s upcoming thriller, appropriately entitled “Spy.” Although I don’t think anyone is currently in the market for yet another spy-oriented suspense flick, I am willing to toss my entertainment budget at a motion picture which boldly incorporates Viagra sales into its plotline. That is all sorts of awesome.

Here’s what the official synopsis says about the plot:

Kim Myeong-min is Agent Kim, a family man who lives a happy and contented life with his wife and two children. He is disguised as a manager in a company that sells fake viagra imported from China. Together with his three comrades, Agent Kang, Agent Woo and Adviser Yoon, Agent Kim was sent to South Korea 10 years ago for a special mission.

“Spy” also features the cinematic talents of Yeom Jeong-ah, Yoo Hae-jin, Byeon Hee-bong, Jeong Kyeo-woon, and Jeong Man-sik. The film is currently scheduled to open in South Korea theaters sometime this September. Pencil in a screening if you’re going to be in the area. To help whet your appetite, have a look at the poster and trailer embedded below. And beware of Viagra salesman. They could be covert operatives in disguise.

Spy (2012) Movie Poster

Via : Film Smash