A detective Seon-woo, who moonlights as a private investigator, has a beautiful new client Soo-Jin. The woman asks the detective to take photos of her husband in the midst of having an affair with another woman. When the detective goes to take pictures he discovers that the woman's husband is already dead. Now the detective becomes a suspect. The detective is chased by another detective Gil-ro. He must now set out for the real killer.
- Stars:Hee-soon Park, Si-Yeon Park, Sang-wook Joo, Jeong-tae Kim, Han-wi Lee, Kwang Soo Lee, Kang Ji-Seob, Su-yeon Cha, Yoon-Seong Kim,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Hyeong-Joon Kim,
- Writer:Hyeong-Joon Kim
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(ca) wrote: Bon film! J'ai bien aim!
(nl) wrote: "The Strangers" kinda home-invasion thriller. Fair, already way better than thought, but formulaic still.
(gb) wrote: Amusing and childish, but fun...
(au) wrote: Stylish and a loving tribute to the grandmaster. But neglected the storytelling and characterisation.
(it) wrote: couldn't follow this thing to save my life
(it) wrote: wel okay, beetje vaag einde
(br) wrote: Perfume is possibly one of my favorite movies of all time. Why? Well, if you look at it from the point of view of someone who's spent copious time around people with autism and Asperger's Syndrome, it's easy to relate to the antihero/main character. They don't come right out and say it, of course, but it's obvious that Grenouille is a savant of some kind and an artist for sure, and fits the bill for having Asperger's/autism. His brain is wired differently from everyone else's and the purpose of the film is to get the viewer to think and to question things. The director, in the behind the scenes feature, flat out said that he wanted the film to be amoral in that it should make one question if murder, one of the most abominable crimes, is okay when it is for art. Not to mention, it fits that all of his victims are redheads, since it's been scientifically proven that redheads have a more distinctive odor than anyone with any other kind of hair. But again, I digress. I highly disagree with the statement that it's hard to feel sympathy for Grenouille, and it just underscores how close-minded and unimaginative most people really are. If you have an OUNCE of compassion and understand autism AT ALL, you will be able to feel how much of a loner Grenouille really is. *SPOILER ALERT* If anything, people SHOULD be able to relate to his plight of being able to attain the world, yet feeling that it's all in vain if one cannot truly love and be loved in return. Hence why Grenouille kills himself in the end. Oh, and while we're on the topic of the ending, that's the one reason why I held off on the last 1/2 of a star. I know the ending was supposed to be symbolic and artsy and whatnot, but WTF?! Just...WTF?! Not even bones were left! O_O
(nl) wrote: Jose Padilha's earlier work, this documentary is fucking awesome - one of the best I've seen.
(ru) wrote: This movie is passable. The animation is nice, and some of the songs are fine. But this direct-to-video film has one major drawback; It's boring. It may be very short, but its uneventful story makes it drag and seem to go on forever. I only recommend this movie to kids and hardcore Don Bluth fans, like myself.
(ru) wrote: Powerful and saddening, this movie is a beautiful piece of art. Makes me thankful to not be Maori in early '90s Auckland!
(au) wrote: Mucho mejor que la primera parte. Esta es ms equilibrada y menos efectista, pero igual de espectacular. La secuencia del banquete sobresale, y antecede estilsticamente al trabajo de Powell y Pressburger desde BLACK NARCISSUS y, sobre todo, THE RED SHOES. / Much better than the first part. This one is more balanced, less of a show-off but just as spectacular. The banquet sequence is outstanding and precedes stylistically the work of Powell and Pressburger since BLACK NARCISSUS and, especially, THE RED SHOES.
(fr) wrote: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis had their first starring feature film with this enjoyable if forgettable army comedy. There story isn't much to speak of, but there are enough good gags to keep it enjoyable. Martin and Lewis also get a chance to do a few of their nightclub routines at one point.
(mx) wrote: The third pairing of two of the greatest actors of our time is a sad affair with an obvious twist and horribly under-written characters. Though they are not in their prime anymore, Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino still manage to have great chemistry together and try to elevate the material as best they can, though this ship can't be salvaged. The cliched murder-mystery is old as time itself and nothing much of interest happens here because the people being killed are all scumbags, so you don't care one way or the other if the killer is ever caught. The supporting characters are mostly uselss and 50 Cent has NO PLACE being in a movie with these two legends of cinema. A true disappointment coming from these two and it smells like a paycheck movie for all involved.
(br) wrote: It's clockwork orange without the learning that has. Another look at racism in a different guise. It's not big and it's not clever. This film balances a fine line indeed!
(ag) wrote: Jet Li, Jason Statham, Carla Gugino, and Delroy Lindo have done better, so why did they waste their time? Cool premise, but lame overdone execution hurts the interesting & mind-bending plot