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Ko Doo-sim is also simply wonderful, matching Jeon stroke by stroke in technical adeptness and restraint.
Happy Viewing and Re-viewing, Yuhn Mi-kuk Bunshinsaba Bunshinsaba, the third film written and directed by An Byung-ki ( Nightmare and Phone, both starring Ha Ji-won, a no-show this time around and sorely missed the only self-acknowledged horror film enthusiast among South Korean directors, was one.To a certain extent she may have given up on the world, but she seems to hide a toughness underneath.Plus, there's a certain pandering to sentiments not even conveyed in the film with the poster selected as the DVD cover on which all the characters engage in a strange, nonexistent poker game with Mi-seon (Jin Hee-kyung of Girls' Night Out, I Wish I Had.Oh Tae-gyung (the younger Dae-su from Oldboy ) and Park Won-sang ( A Smile, etc.) make an odd couple, playing a take-no-crap-from-anybody teenage ruffian and a happily married but easily tempted mess-worker, respectively, with somewhat predictable character arcs, but they expertly play off each other.Oh, yes, there is also a "virgin ghost" (Im Eun-gyung) haunting the local orphanage/school, who speaks in Chungcheong Province accent You peeeople are baaaad.He enters his daughter's room just after we notice a portrait of a blue-eyed interpretation of Jesus.He's had too much Caravella limoncello mixed with champagne during the New Year's Eve.Oldboy, Untold Scandal and, memories of Murder from the previous year.They pull it off beautifully: the sequence successfully translates the frisson and immediacy of a great theater act onto the screen.Lee's intervention asking the father to respect his son's need to dream is unsuccessful and so is this scene due to the score's intrusion lessening the impact.Instead, Kim has utilized the mountain to conjure up an interesting exploration of why it is we take risks, why it is we put ourselves in danger: the physical danger of mountain-climbing against the emotional danger of falling in love/lust or into relationships doomed.
In some sections it is flat-out incompetent.
But what can we say when their idea of a bright new horror talent was Kevin Williamson, the brain force behind Scream and Dawson's Creek?
Except for the scenes obviously modeled after Shaolin Soccer, Arahan 's CGI effects are pretty distinctive from both Hollywood and Asian patterns.De-glamorized and wrapped up in functional, baggy clothes, Choo Sang-mi delivers a restrained, finely tuned performance in the role of So-jeong.Thus, the film expands not only on our ideas of Korean cinema, but on our ideas of the elderly, teaching us that they've perhaps learned as much from the younger generation as the younger generation has learned from them.Silmido (released in the last week of 2003) and.The narrative is bewilderingly elliptical: most characters are either frightfully annoying or depressingly banal.If this is the effect that Kim Eung-soo had in mind, he succeeded.Noh chooses to present their intimacy as a casual one, occasionally playful, occasionally pathetic.