Korean director Kim Ki-Duk goes a little more twisted in a conventional narrative. Last time I felt this much emotion and repulsed with the thought about revenge was when I saw OLDBOY some years ago. 'nuff said.
I have seen the majority of Kim Ki-Duk’s films. He was one of the South Korean directors that first got me into the “Korean New Wave” some years ago. There is something to be said for his works, and no one could argue that his stories are creative, if not original. His films such as “Bad Guy”, “3-Iron”, “The Isle”, “Spring, Summer, Fall, Spring”, "Samaritan Girl" and “The Bow” had characters that barely talked, … more