Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
Directed by Park Chan-Wook
Unable to afford proper care for his sister dying from kidney failure, Ryu turns to the black market to sell his own organs, only to end up cheated of his life savings. His girlfriend urges Ryu to kidnap the daughter of wealthy industrialist Dong-jin , who recently laid him off. Ryu agrees, but unforseen tragedies turn an innocent con into a merciless quest for revenge. SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENEGANCE is the tough, stunning first entry in Park Chan-wook's celebrated trilogy of vengeance.
Unable to afford proper care for his sister dying from kidney failure, Ryu turns to the black market to sell his own organs, only to end up cheated of his life savings.
Cast: Song Kang-ho, Shin Ha-kyun, Bae Doona
Never is it okay to depict such gruesome child death. A little girl drowned and her eyes staring (being drowned was enough, don't do that.) A deep cut in her and graphically hearing her dissection (and why do we need to see/hear, and why would they have her father come watch that?!) Her hand shown burning as she's being cremated (definitely unecessary.) I turned it off
-Is it bad? -No -Is it good? -No, it's just unusual.
very slow, and more than a few plot holes
I liked it
Don’t be dead and turn to kidnapping. Problems occur