Too good this Last Witness where it merges perfectly the detective 80 years and the tragedy of war in Korea in the 50s through the perfect and spot-flashback. This film is really long with a duration of 2 hours and 35 minutes but it did not bother me in the least, or bored, or rather the duration is justified to tell the most of a storyline in my view compelling, well- structured, well-thought out and adding the dual audio commentary I shot (in two days) more than 7 hours of film The film recently released in question in full after 80 years was heavily censored (censorship because of the then political hit and always mutilate the value of movies like this) and considered one of the best thrillers of Korean cinema, Then the finish is perfect indeed: Detective Oh after completing boldly, carefully and with much wealth his investigation decides to commit suicide, not because of the voice of his conscience after killing his revolver with his assailants, and not because he is accused by his own colleagues use excessive force, gesture that would definitely lead to prison, I think that the ultimate gesture was sprung from the fact that the protagonist now tired of living in a superficial and corrupt rotten world, dominated by violence (in the film there it is really pretty) and the filthy lucre suicide was the only solution, also as shown in the film detective Oh was also a widower, so I think that loneliness gripped him Now I'll have to retrieve the remake released in 2001, although already I know that you will surely and remotely comparable to the original.
Ji-hye, the daughter of an army captain, receives a treasure map from her father just hours before he is killed by communist guerillas in the mountains near their home. While the communists...
October 28, 2020