I Saw The Devil (Blu-ray)

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I Saw The Devil (Blu-ray)

Censored upon its original release in Korea due to scenes of extreme violence, director Kim Jee-Woon's uncompromising meditation on the morality of re...

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“Abandon all compassion”

published 04/03/2013

ProVery well made

ConsSlightly daft plot

This Blu-ray is currently £8 on amazon. After Oldboy broke through in the West, loads of Korean films were released in the UK and US. Two that I remember enjoying were the wrestling comedy The Foul King and the sinister kind-of horror A Tale of Two Sisters. The director of those films, Jee-woon...

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ProFast tempo, shocking twists, incredible acting

ConsOccasional gore

Korean cinematography has come a long way since the 90s. It really started attracting massive audiences in 2003, after the release of Oldboy, which has a cult status. I will focus on a review of another Korean movie from 2010, I Saw the Devil. It was directed by Kim Jee-woon and it featured two...

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Censored upon its original release in Korea due to scenes of extreme violence, director Kim Jee-Woon's uncompromising meditation on the morality of revenge tells the story of a special agent who sets out to give the serial killer who murdered his wife a taste of his own medicine. Lee Byung-hun (THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE WEIRD) and Choi Min-sik (OLDBOY) star.

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