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a5c7b9f00b A secret agent exacts revenge on a serial killer through a series of captures and releases.
When Joo-yeon has a flat tire on the snow, she calls the tow truck to help her and calls her beloved fiancé Kim Soo-hyeon, who is a secret agent, to kill time. Out of the blue, a man offers to help her and Joo-yeon refuses. But the man breaks her car, abducts her and dismember her body. Her father, who is a retired chief of police, gives the data of the four prime suspects to Soo-hyeon and he asks two week off to his chief. He hunts the men down and when he finds that Kyung-chul is the killer, he promises a dreadful to revenge against the killer to make him suffer as Joo-yeon did. Soo-hyeon becomes a monster and begins a cat-and-mouse game, capturing and releasing Kyung-chul wounded many times. But the serial-killer is the personification of evil and makes Soo-hyeon regret for not killing him when he had the chance.
Just watch it! <br/><br/>I have never felt so physically bad after watching a movie. The amount of blood and gut-punching scenes is overwhelming. I am not a fan of slice and dice of flesh, but this movie might have changed my mind. It was that good!<br/><br/>About 15 minutes into the movie I started to get nauseous. Within 15 minutes after it was done I was throwing up, and not just a little. <br/><br/>Don&#39;t get me wrong, it is not simply a blood shedding movie, the storyline is compelling, the actors deliver, and some of the scenes is simply a work of art. But I want to emphasize that among the long list of horror/thriller movies I&#39;ve seen, this is may be one of the scariest and most memorable of them all!
Continuing in a wave of ultra-violent revenge films from South Korea - crystallised in Chan-wook Park&#39;s excellent Vengeance Trilogy (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002), Oldboy (2003) and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005)), I Saw the Devil takes the genre into brutal, kinetic, and near- to-the-knuckle gornography. Oldboy&#39;s Min-Sik Choi plays a serial killer, Kyung-Chul, who kills Joo-Yeon (San-Ha Oh) in her car in the opening of the film. She is the girlfriend of secret agent Kim Soo-Hyeon (Byung-Hun Lee), who then embarks on a no-holds-barred mission to find and kill the man who killed her.<br/><br/>It&#39;s your standard revenge film, filled with over the top grand guignol- like moments of gore, as heads are particularly targeted for tense battering, aided by the frenzied camera. But what makes these moments far more ferocious is the fact that between these contained flourishes of violence are connected with the more serene, delicate moments - it can become jarring. However, the use of this technique is an easy trick, and this is the issue with most films by Jee-woon Kim. Kim has that post-MTV generation paradox, - with its influence of short cuts fast camera movements, and stylisation - the content is largely left behind in favour of style. Since the 1980&#39;s, a film&#39;s look has often been more important than a message, or at least string narrative cinema.<br/><br/>The fact that Kim, and writer Hoon-Jung Park have imbued the film with it&#39;s knowledge of the serial killer movie into the revenge film is a nice touch, but it is still thematically no different than any other revenge film. In bold strokes, I Saw the Devil, simplistically relates to the themes of the duality of mankind, as the agent digs deeper into an encompassing psychology of hatred, effecting all around him. To catch the ki

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