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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MR_Heraclius 10 / 10 / 10

True story

I watched the movie twice, and realized it really made me sad every time. The acts was so great, it was so believable, so touching.. I hope more people watch this movie and realize that we can make the world better by helping others.

Reviewed by ken1848 8 / 10 / 10

Move Thee Reviews: Sunny Days Are Rare in the City of Mist

Sunny and Silenced are two Korean films I have watched in 2012 and both are excellent. Silenced is a poignant and depressing movie based on a true event that happened in a special school where the deaf children are abused by the Principal and teachers. In the first half of the movie, the horrible abuses are unveiled one by one. The second half is a courtroom drama. The movie is an emotional ride which tugs at your heartstrings. At the scene in which the teacher is on the verge of tears and the boy cries his eyes out and struggles to express his overwhelming pent-up emotions upon knowing that his grandmother has forgiven the culprit, some members of the audience will be moved to tears. Where might is master, justice is servant, which is cruel, but real. It is also uplifting to see the teacher remain steadfast in his determination to bring the culprits to justice, despite his daughter's plight. As for the setting, the misty mountains and creepy campus create an eerie atmosphere. I also love the montage at the beginning of the movie. The kid is just like the deer, innocent and pure. The perversion of justice prevails when Christians are blinded by their unquestionable faith, teachers are heartless, policemen, lawyers, the judge and the security guard are corrupted by money, civil servants shirk their responsibility and shift the work onto others and others remain silent. Martin Luther King is right. In the end, we remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. Amid those humans who are evil but influential in society, justice is shrouded in a thick gray mist.

Reviewed by Forest-G 8 / 10 / 10

How a movie shape a nation

God damn it, I shed tears. there are many sensitive variables that could make people cry in this movie, such as; It is about children... deaf, mute, orphan, abandoned, abused, raped, dead, need I say more? I think those reasons are enough to make people shed a tear, if not probably you are an asshole (like me in real life :P). Once I finished the movie, I felt sad, enrage, and little bit disappointed because there is no justice in the movie (well, what do you expect it's based on real life). Then I realized how powerful this movie is... and yeah, this movie sparked rage in South Korea public. The public there demanded that this case should be re-open. After this movie the Education ministry demanded more detailed profile and criminal record from every teachers, and they have shut down Inhwa School. The government passed Dogani law (named after this movie). Even the president of South Korea made a comment and stand with public opinion. For a movie to give such a big impact in a nation is pretty impressive. So yeah, this is one of those rare movie that shape a nation, and made you realized how powerful a movie can be. Big note: Those child actors are impressive (WOW!!). Their acting is so convincing, they made me ;_:

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