He flees, and the police begin digging up the bamboo grove, finding the bodies of Byeong-soo's past victims, as well as Yeon-joo. Arriving home after the car crash, Byeong-soo almost strangled Eun-hee, but his injury caused him to forget the events surrounding his last kill. Recalling the recent incident in which he nearly strangled Eun-hee, mistaking her for his wife, Byeong-soo becomes convinced that he might have killed his daughter in a fit of insanity. With Eun-hee's help, he eventually overpowers and kills Tae-joo. Hideaki Ito on the other hand, plays the police detective and simply lacks some sort of charisma.
It was so successful that Robot Communications decided to make a Japanese remake, with Yu Irie as director. A collective interest that, for the victims, constitutes a repeating confrontation with the impact of the trauma, but also enables them, as Sonezaki drapes himself with the image of the murderer, to orient their anger, an anger that could not be oriented for twenty-two years. The narrative shows the perverse collective interest of the public for those people who went beyond the law to enjoy themselves. Eun-hee sneaks out of the room prompting Tae-joo to go outside in his car and look for her. The small town is shaken by the murders of two young women. In this setting, Yu Irie manages to include a number of social comments as the role of the press, justice, public opinion and the way it is shaped, the concept of idols in the broader sense, and the role of the police. However, the tip is regarded as a prank as the car's driver turns out to be a local police man, Min Tae-joo.
My eighth movie at the Fantasy Filmfest 2017 Hamburg : a jittery shot letdown. Byeong-soo is subsequently incarcerated and processed into an internment facility. Even if that leaves some subtle suspense, the plot lacks the flair of the original's roller coaster ride. Byeong-soo admits to his crimes and assures Eun-hee that she is not a murderer's daughter, as they are not blood related. On the other hand, the remake is also a little bit more easygoing.
Lol I dug this one! That doesn't mean that the twists aren't entertaining but they are just a little bit too over the top. Tae-joo, laughing with disbelief, begins to strangle Byeong-soo. Policeman Wataru Makimura, whose sister is considered a victim, despite the fact the her body was never found, and whose partner was killed by the man, was the only man ever to come close to catching the perpetrator, even managing to wound him with a bullet in his shoulder. The second part features more elements of an action thriller, as the film takes an obvious commercial turn, and the script becomes somewhat hyperbolic in the number and the nature of twists it includes. At Eun-hee's behest, Byeong-soo uses a recorder to maintain his routines. Detective Makimura Hideaki Ito , who investigated the string of strangulations as his first murder case, feels powerless. The screen then fade into him being held in a police jail and interrogated by an investigator.
Will the police who once sought to have him tried and sentenced now protect him from those who'll try to kill him? According to its distributor , the film was scheduled to open in North America on September 8, 2017, two days after its domestic release. Ito plays the role of Makimura, the police detective who was in charge of investigating the serial murders but failed to catch the cunning murderer and his respected superior ended up being killed as well. The editing in the film is one of its better assets, with the editor unfortunately I could not find his name doing a great job in connecting the various visual aspects in a fashion that is everything but confusing. But instead of Makimura, his partner was killed in an explosion which was meant for him. He types out everything he can remember into a memoir and saves it in his laptop. It was also released in Australia, New Zealand, France, Turkey, Taiwan, Japan and the Philippines.
It is based on a bestselling fiction book by author. The movie begins in the year 1995 where there were 5 peculiar murder cases. When he presents this evidence to the police, they suspect Byeong-soo himself is responsible. Byeong-soo also asks Byeong-man to run the license plate separately. During his killing spree, he buried his victims in a bamboo grove that he bought. Packender Stoff zwanghaft hipp neu aufgelegt.
Furthermore, his performance is seconded by the performances of Hideaki Ito and the other members of the cast; each actor bringing enough soul and body to their respective characters. After Byeong-man tells him about the license plate's owner, Byeong-soo realizes Tae-joo is the killer, and is approaching his daughter to taunt and threaten him. Tae-joo strangles him and ties up Eun-hee after she sees the body. The film released in South Korean theatres on 6 September 2017. But it's not only the story that makes this film work so well, director Yû Irie also does a brilliant job at giving the film a thrilling pace and sense of urgency.
The premise of a long-wanted criminal publicly confessing to a string of infamous murders by publishing a book about it had me immediately intrigued in this movie. Before killing her, he learned that Eun-hee was not his biological daughter. After killing his abusive father as a teenager, Byeong-soo began to believe there were people who deserved to die. Renewed with vigor, Byeong-soo calls Byeong-man and plays the recording, convincing him that Tae-joo is the killer. Much of it is faithful to the original film, with Tatsuya Fujiwara playing the role of killer-turned-author in Masato Sonezaki.
Later, another man claims to be the real murderer. Back in the jail, the investigator decides to let him go, since the murder cases have long expired and considering the fact that Byeong-soo has Alzheimer. Review: Over the years I watched numerous movies and it is a huge advantage to just remember small stuff here and there. Primarily, Tae-joo's corpse disappears after he confesses to Eun-hee at the cabin. In 2017, a man named Masato Sonezaki comes public confessing that he is the murderer, but the police cannot arrest him due to a loophole in the law. You can follow me on and.
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