I can handle the truth. Je-yong Lee , Lee Yong-ju screenwriter. What a great movie. To be more precise Christianity and Korean shamanism are contrasted with one another. She assumes that the fanatic faith of her mother has driven the child away from home, and even now the mother wants to do nothing but pray for her child’s return. But would it have hurt to put in some decent scares.
But for the sake of humanity I will save those for myself. Je-yong Lee , Lee Yong-ju screenwriter. Thanks for the post! Had the director put in more depth into the main characters then maybe all of it would have made much more sense. If you are willing to overlook this, you should give “Living Death” a chance, though. Share this Rating Title: For me movies are pure escapism.
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Living Death (film) – Wikipedia
It is a supernatural horror that, while well shot and ambitious, manages to be low-key and extremely chilling. Unfortunately, the screenplay leaves a few things unanswered and by doing so just proves that the story comes along with quite a few plot holes.
We finally get a more inventive horror film.
Hope you get to see the whole thing soon! The film was screened on TV just yesterday, and i had only managed to watch the later half of it. While I have no problems with using such methods I do think it has to build up to something. Not once did I jump from my seat.
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The first scene that it appears in is a clearer indicator of this in my mind. But that does depend on the execution and the style it is presented in. She assumes that the fanatic faith of her mother has driven the child away from home, and even now the mother wants to do nothing but pray for her child’s return. That’s not always the case here. Have they been ‘judged’ and thus are sentenced to death by hanging?
Like many Korean horror movies this one is slow and very confusing. I would love to watch the whole thing through first though.
For me movies are pure escapism. Whether this unknown is something evil or not doesn’t seem to be so clear after all. Official site [South Korea]. It would without a problem have been possible to make the ending a bit more well-rounded and still keep something sinlpsis about it.
Koreans should make more of this stuff. After all, both movies share the subtle and deep-seated horror of the unknown. Use the HTML below. When she was eating the huge chunk of pork while balancing on the top of a wooden chair after the screwed up Shaman ritual, she was seen to be unable to bite a part off the meat.
In some cases that surely could be a sjnopsis thing since it makes you think.
Nam Sang-mi “Dead Possesed”She is on Duty” for example plays a woman who suffers from an illness that isn’t defined in any further details and she constantly is plagued by visions. Yes No Report this. Other mysteries are easily solved by the audience in advance, too.
Modern Korean Cinema: Possessed (Bool-sin-ji-ok)
One of the better Korean possesaed I’ve seen. Learn more More Like This. And why does the skeptical Hee-Jin, who keeps having gruesome encounters with suicides, have to keep coughing?
Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. This review may contain spoilers. But would it have hurt to put in some decent scares.