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I Saw the Devil
South Korea
Crime, Drama, Thriller, Action, Horror
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Ji-woon Kim
Min-sik Choi as Kyung-chul
Yoon Chae-Yeong as Nurse Han Song-i
Park Seo-Yeon as Woman at pension
Seung-ah Yoon as The Cannibal's Girlfriend
Jin-ho Choi as Planning director
In-seo Kim as Se-jung
Park Ji-Yeon as Tutor teacher
Joon-hyeok Lee as Agent (as Lee Joon-Hyeok)
Moo-Seong Choi as Tae-joo
Kap-su Kim as Planning team deputy head
Nam Bo-ra as Section chief's daughter
Byung-hun Lee as Kim Soo-hyeon
Gook-hwan Jeon as Squad Chief Jang
San-ha Oh as Joo-yeon
Yoon-seo Kim as Se-yeon
Ho-jin Jeon as Section Chief Oh
Tae-goo Eom as Detective 4
Storyline: Jang Kyung-chul (Choi Min-sik) is a dangerous psychopath serial killer. He has committed infernal serial murders in diabolic ways that one cannot even imagine and his victims range from young women to even children. The police have chased him for a long time, but were unable to catch him. One day, Joo-yeon, daughter of a retired police chief becomes his prey and is found dead in a horrific state. Her fiancé Soo-hyun (Lee Byung-hun), a top secret agent, decides to track down the murderer himself. He promises himself that he will do everything in his power to take bloody vengeance against the killer, even if it means that he must become a monster himself to get this monstrous and inhumane killer.
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Darker and more disturbing than any Korean film to date yet as brilliant as anything else that preceded it.
To begin with, this film should be viewed by anyone who enjoys great films but the content is much worse than anything you'd imagine not only for a korean film but for any film in general. A good example is if you've seen the revenge trilogy, as most fans of korean cinema have, and thought it was either too violent or dark, this film is much worse. To my surprise the murders are more graphic due to the sexual nature of some of them, which while dealt with in films like memories of murder and the chaser, the sexual side was often off screen and hinted at but in I Saw the Devil though the majority of the violence is off screen, the director shows enough to create a true monster played effortlessly by Choi Min Sik who steals the show as the serial killer. The story is a cat and mouse between the protagonist and the killer, I've already forgotten their names, but never plays out as you'd expect and when the tables turn, the conclusion is as satisfying as it is unpredictable which will no doubt leave a few plot holes on the way. It will have you gripped and is often relentless with the violence but ultimately another excellent example of korean cinema which may be too graphic for it's own good, the majority of the sex and nudity could have been avoided and kept off screen yet it adds to the dark charm of a film that succeeds in being unique in a old genre
Fanaticalaboutfilms Review: I Saw The Devil
I Saw The Devil follows Kim Soo-hyeon (Byung-hun Lee) who is a highly trained agent. One night while stranded on the side of the road after her car breaks down, Kim's pregnant fiancée is attacked and brutally murdered by Kyung-chul (Min-sik Choi). This isn't the first time he's murdered and it's sure not to be the last. What he doesn't reckon on though is Kim hunting him down for retribution.

Both killer and fiancé are continuously interlocked in a game of wits and ever more sadistic acts on both each other and bystanders as they slowly converge towards the end of the movie. As Kim is dragged ever downwards into the world of violence, he treads a fine line with turning into the monster that he is hunting and it is fair to say that many of the scenes in this film will have you feeling slightly uncomfortable if you're not well prepared.

Choi impresses as the masochistic killer who is a complete opposite from Lee's calm and collected demeanour. Both actors bring breathe life into their characters that only seem to become more complex as the film unfolds. Having started out as two opposites, they slowly merge into one and it becomes increasingly hard to distinguish who should get the viewers support.

I wasn't exactly sure where this movie was going to go especially after an hour when it could quite plausibly have finished with a few tweaks but continue on it did and I am all the more happy because of it. There is plenty of action and fight scenes split in between the character development and where normal revenge films seem to keep both protagonists apart until the end, Jee-woon Kim (the director) was on a mission to bring them together into every scene. The music perfectly suits the mood and is only trumped by the cinematography which was exemplary.

As mentioned, this is not one for the faint hearted or squeamish but the performances are fantastic and it really gives an insight into the minds of a serial killer and a man so stricken with grief that he can only comprehend vengeance. This ranks up there with my other favourite Korean movie Oldboy and although I Saw The Devil's plot may be based on a tried and tested idea, its execution is very refreshing and keeps you guessing right until the very end.

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Amazing. no seriously I can explain.
I reserve a 9 rating for very exclusive films. This movie is one of them.

I will be short and sweet. If you are not familiar with foreign or just Korean films in general this movie will blow your socks off. If you are familiar with American movies here is what you need to know about "I Saw The devil"

The ending is moved to the middle, the hero is ambiguous and definitively not perfect, you won't expect whats next, many scenes will leave you scratching your head, it is very violent, very bloody, good amount of nudity, the characters are deep, the story is amazing, it will hold your interest from beginning to end, doesn't have many slow moment, camera and lighting are amazing. editing and pace are really good.

Over all save this movie for a Halloween time, its chilling and horrific, excellent movie.
One of the ugliest, most gruesome revenge films in a long, long time
Korea really knows how to take a genre and push it. They did so in horror with my all time favorite horror film, A Tale of Two Sisters. They did so last year with The Man From Nowhere, a revenge film that gives Taken a run for it's money. And now I Saw The Devil, which takes revenge and torture to new heights.

Similar to the aforementioned Man from Nowhere, Devil tells the story of one man's quest for revenge after a brutal and psychotic serial killer murders his pregnant wife. That's about all there is to it, but it's certainly enough.

The film does a good job of questioning what makes a monster. Kyung- Chul, our insatiable psychopath, is certainly an irredeemable killer. And we're all along with Soo-Hyun, our hero, to get his revenge, as any man would want it after what befalls him. But his method, while a fun play with the standard revenge fantasy formula, is far too brutal, even for us, and becomes so similar to Kyung-Chul, that you call into question your own reasoning. Suffice to say, this isn't a fun film to watch. It's unflinchingly brutal in it's execution, as the camera doesn't often turn away until just after the most squeamish of moments. In this sense, it's almost a relief, and it doesn't pad around it's audience trying to be fun and suggestive. It's more realistic and ugly in it's deal, hammering it's point across hard.

That may be a problem for some, but at the same time, it's a bit like a glorious train wreck. You shouldn't enjoy watching this, but the cat and mouse aspect is interesting and fascinating to watch. It's a bit like watching two chess players go at each other, only their both men using psychotic means to hurt one another. And it's a good lesson. When Soo- Hyun goes to far with his revenge, you know he's bound to pay the price eventually.

The film could have gone far south, as it might if produced under the same banner as a film like one of the SAW series. However, it's well produced, acted, and it looks great. The colors are nicely desaturated to give it that feel of something ugly and sick. The actors both do a terrific job, both acting as monster in their respectful ways. While we don't learn as much about these characters as we probably could have, they still remain fascinating, particularly Choi-Min-sik, who plays Kyung-Chul as a psycho should be played: ruthless, spontaneous, and without remorse, pain, or fear. He's a fascinating character to watch and a model for any villain who wants to be truly terrifying and disturbing.

I Saw The Devil is another winner from Korea, whose film industry seems to revel in the ugly and horrific. It's the first film I've seen from the country in a while that truly stands at the industry's top and hopefully we'll get to see it take on the same kind of iconic status as other well known Korean films.
Makes Hannibal look like bambi...Best Villain in movie history
Quite Simply one of the Best Horror films I've ever seen..and I've seen 1000s.

I have seen many violent films and have a massive collection of Hollywood and Hong Kong films. Untold Story and Dr Lamb are classic serial killer films that shocked me. I cam across i Saw the devil which stars the legend himself Oldboy. Wow Wow Wow, I was shocked and disturbed by the extreme violence but at the same time the film was gritting yet entertaining and kept me glued all the way. Superbly directed and Brilliant performances by the hero and villain. The Villain (Oldboy) was Amazing, what a performance. If this was Hollywood, he would of been on the top 10 all time villains list. Also the other supporting role serial killer cannibal was good to. Some people may hate this film for its brutal violence and rape, but the sad truth is, there have been and are serial killers and this movie shows the horrible experience the victims go through. I can understand people may not like a vigilante but its only a movie so chill out. Highly recommended. This movie definitely makes it to my list of favourite films of all time.
Excellent Korean Thriller about revenge
"I Saw the Devil" is quite the ride.

Although the core story has been done before in other revenge movies, this one takes the cake. The movie messes with your mind from scene to scene, without letting go.

The characters are so brilliantly brought to life, you can literally watch them transform in front of your eyes, especially Kim Soo-hyeon (Byung-hun Lee), the lead character. The movie focuses on what revenge can bring out in a good man, and it is raw, cruel and at times astonishingly realistic.

The movie clocks almost 2 hours and a half, but despite the length being unusually long, you will not be looking at your watch and thinking "it should be ending soon", as you will be glued to your seat the entire time.

The photography is also top notch, and this movie is a wonder to look at. The gore effects are amazing as well.

Overall, if you enjoy a good thriller that messes with your mind and with the way you look and feel for the characters, this one is for you.

9 out of 10.
South Korea's version of Se7en
I love this film.

I do like good serial killer movies and this is a great one. It's definitely in my top 10 if not 5. The performances from everybody in the cast were pretty much A+ Especially Choi Min-sik and Byung-hun Lee. They play off each other flawlessly.

The directing, cinematography, editing, color grading, etc. A+ just amazing.

The plot has a couple tiny little flaws, well conveniences really, but other than those minuscule details it's just great. It's a cat-and-mouse movie to the 'T' and it's very violent/gruesome - know that if you haven't seen it: prepare for gore.

highly HIGHLY recommend!
Dark, smart and original.
This starts of with a clichéd attack but moves from there into much more interesting territory.

The plot starts off as a serial killer film, angry husbands hunts for his wife's killer, but then moves into a more unusual revenge film.

The acting is excellent; Byung-hun Lee has less to do as the dark and mostly silent husband but he is convincing, Min-sik Choi is superb as the killer, he comes across as creepy and disturbed and his performance carries the film, the other actors all deliver reasonable performances but they have little to do.

The violence is shocking in it's simplicity, although there are a few martial arts scenes and chase scenes most of the violence is simple and direct and fa more convincing for that, and in some ways that directness is more brutal than the torture scenes.

There is some comedy, mostly from the meetings with other killers, but this is fundamentally a very dark film.

The ending sticks with the uncompromisingly dark theme, no clichés here.
One of the best films I have seen this year
What can I say? This film is fantastic.

The acting is top notch with both Byung-hun Lee and Min-sik Choi playing amazing parts. The direction and writing is sublime.

I was gripped from the first second of the film to the last scene. It's been a while since a film has done this. It is a harsh watch but it's supposed to be. I hope that it will not be made into some Hollywood remake. Hollywood would ruin this story and film. It is bleak in places and disturbing in others. There are scenes that will make some people squirm.

If you don't know the story then don't read about it. Just watch the film and be engrossed. Follow the characters from their beginnings and see them grow.

This proves that great films are being made and if you look you will see them.
"Crazy bastards!"
I SAW THE DEVIL (English title) is a great story of revenge of a secret agent who pursues a serial killer, after this last one kill his fiancée, in a deadly cat-mouse game.

The story is captivating and the film has a good pace with a constant rhythm from the beginning to the end. Meanwhile we watch some great scenes of gore, with lots of blood but also very well shot. The humor is also present with some great jokes of black humor that are well connected to the plot. In fact is with little details this movie makes the difference, like some scenes where the camera work is great: the stabbing inside the cab is one of them. The actors also do a good job, especially the two who represent the main roles: the agent and the serial killer.

A nice piece of Asian cinema for sure, very well directed and with a strong plot.
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