Kim Jee-woon, who directed such notable films as A Tale of Two Sisters, A Bittersweet Life and The Good, the Bad, the Weird, attempts to tackle a new genre with I Saw the Devil: horror. He doesn’t just make an attempt, he delivers one helluva film that will instantly become a new fav for most Asian horror enthusiasts. “I could talk for hours about ‘I Saw the Devil’, but nothing I can say will ever do it justice. The film is an experience; it’s something that will have you emotionally invested in the characters, while also covering your eyes at the extreme violence.” Click the title for the full review, and watch for the full Director’s Cut in the States sometime in 2011, courtesy of Magnolia Pictures. Click here for all of our TIFF news and reviews.
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