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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Wild at Heart

Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance

 

Director_ PARK Chan-wook
 
Korea 2002 121min DCP color feature Fiction
Review

With a hard-boiled style, the film shows protagonists’ unfortunate destiny in the cycle of psychological and physical brutal violence. Director Park elaborately links the eyes and actions of the silent or unspeakable characters and imbues extraordinary emotions into the margins of the screen. Its style is to capture the various emotions in a frame with all modifications curtailed. Outstanding performances by the cast invisibly bear the creases of mixed emotions, reaching a modern stage liberated from the previous expressive compulsion. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorPARK Chan-wook
  • ScreenplayLEE Mu-yeong, LEE Jong-yong, LEE Jae-sun, PARK Chan-wook
  • ProducerLEE Jae-sun, SON Se-hoon
  • CinematographyKIM Byeong-il
  • MusicBAEK Hyeon-jin, JANG Young-gyu, LEE Byung-hoon
  • EditorKIM Sang-beom
  • Art DirectorOH Jae-won, OH Sang-man
CastSONG Kang-ho, SHIN Ha-kyun, BAE Doona, LIM Ji-eun, HAN Bo-bae
FILM SOURCE
moho film / jinha@moho.co.kr
DIRECTOR
PARK Chan-wook
 
Born in 1963. After his debut feature The Moon is What the Sun Dreams of (1992), he filmed several films including Old Boy (2004) which received the Grand Prix at Cannes.
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