I Saw the Devil

Ang-ma-reul bo-at-da, 141', South Korea 2010
Language: Korean , Subtitles: eng, slo

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When serial killer Kyung-chol kills the pregnant fiancée of secret agent Soo-hyun, the agent swears to avenge her death. He soon tracks Kyung-chol down, but not to deliver him to justice. Instead, he has entirely different plans for the vicious killer.

Jae-woon Kim, one of most prominent Soth Korean directors, made a name for himself early in his career with films such as horror A Tale of Two Sisters, crime thriller A Bittersweet Life and comedy The Good, the Bad and the Weird. But no one was prepared for the shock he delivered with this incredibly cruel and violent thriller that keeps pushing the genre boundaries and often goes over the edge of horror. It also offers astonishing performances by Byung-hun Lee (The Good, the Bad and the Weird) and Min-sik Choi (Oldboy).

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Directed by: Jee-woon Kim
Written by: Hoon-jung Park
Cinematography by: Mo-gae Lee
Music by: Mowg
Cast: Byung-hun Lee, Min-sik Choi, Gook-hwan Jeon, Ho-jin Chun, San-ha Oh, Yoon-seo KIm
Produced by: Hyun-woo Kim
Production Company: Peppermint & Company
Genre: action, thriller

13. 07. 2022, 21:00
Open Air Cinema Main Square Ljutomer