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Carlos Encalada over 4 years ago
disturbing and interesting nonetheless. the human psyche's interest in psychopathy
Bassem M. Hassan over 6 years ago
Great movie !!
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
this is well worth the watch
Zach Sly almost 7 years ago
Truly unique revenge film. Very disturbing. An interesting look into the mind of a killer.
Michael Robinson 7 years ago
Downright macabre. Interesting concept turned into a contrived two hour torture scene.
Syaiful Amri 7 years ago
Not for fainted heart
Matthew Smith over 7 years ago
Dark, bleak, twisted and meek. Incredibly gruesome and maunt.
Hikmat Kabir over 7 years ago
Strong start after which it loses its way. Can't really decide ifs a light or a dark film.
Kakra over 7 years ago
8/10 Crazy movie
tamuna eristavi over 2 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
Tamuna Eristavi almost 3 years ago
Sean LaFleur almost 3 years ago
Davide MrBlonde almost 3 years ago
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sapinho over 3 years ago
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Sreejith Arukattu Rajith almost 4 years ago
I Saw the Devil (Korean: 악마를 보았다, Akmareul boattda ) is a 2010 South Korean thriller film directed by Kim Ji-woon, written by Park Hoon-jung and starring Lee Byung-hun and Choi Min-sik. The film premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and had a limited U.S theatrical release. The film was Choi Min-sik's first major role since his self-imposed exile in protest of the changes to the Korean screen quota system. The film has received mostly positive reviews. During a snowy night, the car of Joo-yun (Oh San-ha) gets a flat tire and Kyung-chul (Choi Min-sik) drives up and offers to help fix her tire. Joo-yun turns down the request. However, she does not know that Kyung-chul is a sadistic murderer, and he ends up kidnapping her and brutally kills her. Afterwards, Kyung-chul cuts Joo-yun into pieces and scatters her body parts. The next day, a boy encounters one of Joo-yun's severed ears, and the police are called in to find the rest of the body, under the command of Section Chief Oh ...
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