Four anarchistic, nihilistic youths run amuck in the streets and Attack the Gas Station! Lord Of The Flies-style social engineering quickly breaks out amongst the hostages as punk rockers pump petrol, gangsters are forced to rap, customer service becomes a fighting art and the gas station becomes a staging ground for an end-times battle between gangsters, punks and an army of moped-delivery boys. Director Kim Sang-Jin takes us into the world of the surreal where mayhem rules. Using psychedelic lighting, glittering mopeds and a cast of feisty up and coming actors, he has managed to create a film that is both stylish and poignant. A dada poke in the eye to authority, this film either serves as a political parable about Korean society, a microcosm of Korean social problems or, alternately, just a hell of a lot of fun.