It's a belief in honesty -- honesty in filmmaking, in facing life with no illusions. It should be said in the film's defense that, like Black House's gutsy Grand Guignol finale, the film does feature one act of revenge, which, like the more famous one in Oldboy, makes instinctive logical sense and is truly devastating in its supreme cruelty. Emotions of guilt and responsibility abound in our characters and our sympathies are clearly complicated by the narrative. Seong Ji-roo unforgettable in A Good Lawyer's Wife is appropriately menacing and pathetic in turns, although director Kim seems to largely leave him to his own devices by the slightly overcooked climax. Jo An is very attractive in a tomboy-ish get-up and as usual emotes with great enthusiasm and conviction. Han Jo Min-ki , nicknamed the Engineer. S should have us looking at what we want, and don't want, to keep traveling to and fro our respective lands. It is to her and director Kim's credit that the latter's terse but often amusing responses to the efforts by the adults to "make conversation" with her never once strike us as "precocious.
Convinced that the dead woman with the rose tattoo has something to do with supernatural goings-on, Seon-hwa and Ki-beom start an investigation to uncover her identity. I'm not claiming what I see here is what director Kim intended. Or the strangling-by-silk-scarf-caught-in-a-bike-wheel death that may or may not be a reference to Isadora Duncan? I need time alone to reflect! Wide Awake is not as powerful as it could have been, I kept thinking while watching it how a straightforward medical drama in the mold of White Tower could have been so superior to all this whodunit stuff but it is certainly a step in the right direction, in that it doesn't pretend to be smarter or more important than it is. Hyun-jae Kwon Min is the 'nice guy' who waits for her, opening up his days for whenever she can slip in time for him. I could focus on director Shim Hyung-rae's intent to conquer the U. The movie truly excels when director-writer Kim observes the seemingly mundane details of Soo-ah's life with a compassionate gaze, letting the girl's slouched, awkward walk or her disappointed expression at a broken VCR player -- rather than spurious narration or distracting mise en scene -- speak for the character's feelings. By honoring Kishi's pitch-dark conclusion and putting the utterly conscienceless but not unattractive monster at the center of the movie, Black House ultimately manages to recover much of the good will initially lost by the rather slapdash way it chose to adapt his novel. Why give a film a Korean title like Heartland of Myths, if you are not going to live up to the expectations it brings? Lee is also known for the somewhat heartless some would use stronger language manner in which he treats his actors on the set, pushing them to extremes in pursuit of the perfect shot, but also providing them with very little guidance. There, she lives through a horrible tragedy. To claim Cadaver has plot holes is like saying a velociraptor has really big toenails The result is a movie that succeeds neither as a brainless spook show nor as a brain-teasing thriller. It rivals Secret Sunshine in its thorough immersion in the Christian Weltanschauung, so much so that non-Korean viewers who tend to think of, say, Spring, Summer Frankly this "funny" intro led me to expect nothing other than a usual high-concept mock-Hollywood "thriller" with bumbling cops, a lumbering sub-Michael Myers serial killer and gore galore. She is contacted by Seo-yeon Cha Ye-ryun, Bloody Aria, Voice , her old friend now living in Viet Nam, and is told of a local piece of folklore involving a cursed portrait of a woman named Muoi Anh Thu. But in this dark era in Korea's history, politics and the state not only limit their freedoms, but ultimately push into their private lives as well. Others, such as a major scene where the protagonist discovers the hanged body of a young boy, lack both the shock value as well as the kind of phlegmatic, deliberately paced terror that we see in high-end Japanese genre literature or film. For viewers too, watching this film can be an intense experience. His role here is not as laugh-out-loud funny as in previous films like Memories of Murder , The Foul King or his now-classic depiction of a gangster in No. But Beautiful Sunday has encouraged me to watch out for Jin Kwang-kyo in the future. Of course, he is helped by having some of Korea's most talented actors to work with -- Song Kang-ho , for example, who plays the talkative owner of a car repair center who develops an interest in Shin-ae and ends up following her around for much of the film. This is the first time Min has directed a Korean cast with a screenplay written in Korean language authored by the director and Yoo Dong-shik. Before making his debut with this film, director Park Kyu-tae was best known for being the screenwriter of the gangster comedy Hi, Dharma! Legend of a Portrait Yun-hee Jo An, Wishing Stairs , a writer who got her big break with a viciously gossipy "novel" about her party crowd, has run out of ideas.
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