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Bedevilled [DVD] [2010] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Korean
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008OTTVC2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 349,753 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 8 Sept. 2014
Format: DVD
If you enjoyed movies like Old Boy, Frontiers, Martyrs, and Audition, I suspect that you'll probably be enthralled by this film. This is a gruesome and highly disturbing horror story, set on a remote paradise island, where the inhabitants have largely shunned any interaction with the outside world. Kim is a young woman, bullied and tormented by her family, both men and women. The abuse is sexual, physical and verbal, and it is unrelenting. The first hour or so of the movie is a microscopic examination of how Kim endures these abuses, for the most part she just puts on a brave face and gets on with her daily chores. However, she is only human, and the effects of the abuse are cumulative and become too much for her to bear. Consumed with anger and hatred for her tormentors, she turns into a violent killer and goes on a stunningly brutal rampage, the closing half hour of the film has to be seen to be believed. There is no doubting that this film is profoundly sad, bleak and cruelly depressing, but it certainly works as a horror. The cinematography is beautiful, how could it not be when the film is set on a tropical island paradise. The acting is superb, without exception, and the direction is muscular and scalpel sharp. As soon as I viewed this on LoveFilm, I bought the DVD, and then viewed it again with my partner. She too was stunned into silence. If you like horror films, you have to wade through so much tripe before discovering a gem. This film, just like Old Boy, Frontiers, Martyrs, and Audition, is a gem of the horror genre, one which deserves the widest possible audience.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By John-Paul K on 3 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
Bedevilled was one of the films that I didn't have time to fit in at last year's Frightfest but with its release on DVD this week I made good on a second chance.

While American horror and thrillers tend to languish in remakes and torture porn, it's great to see Korean filmmakers still finding ways to tell engaging and thought-provoking horror stories, as is the case with Bedevilled.

Bedevilled tells the story of city girl Hae-Won who, after an altercation at work, heads on vacation to an island to meet estranged childhood friend Bok-Nam.

It's here that Hae-Won witnesses the pressure cooker that Bok-Nam calls life. Bok-Nam is belittled by the village elders, abused by her cheating husband and forced to work on the farm.

Director Jang Cheol-Su notches up the tension slowly and brutally as we experience Bok-Nam's abuse on a daily basis.

Unlike I Spit On Your Grave or Last House on the Left, the brutality here isn't confined to a single incident; Bok-Nam's pain starts with sunrise and doesn't end at sunset. The pain is constant and sharp.

The beatings are tough to watch, but what makes them tougher is the sense of normalcy that the villagers have to witnessing them.

What's more, Hae-Won's apathetic "see no evil, hear no evil response" to her friend's situation implicates her as much as Bok-Nam's torturers.

Hae-Won isn't portrayed as vain or arrogant but rather as someone whose life in the city has allowed her to compartmentalise her friend as something less than human.

She's educated and privileged and yet she doesn't help her friend - a lazy form of evil.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By West25 on 11 Sept. 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Hae-won is a single woman in her early thirties working in a bank in Seoul, the stress of the job combined with the fact she recently witnessed a crime has left her on the verge of a breakdown. After an altercation with a colleague, she is told to take a vacation. Hae-won decides to return to a small island called Moo-do where she used to visit her Grandpa when she was a young girl, during those visits she befriended Bok-nam, who is around the same age and lives on the island. When Hae-won arrives, she is met by Bok-nam who is overjoyed that her old friend has come to stay. It isn't long before Hae-won finds that Bok-nam is treated like a slave by the elder women on the island, and is regularly beaten and raped by the men. Will Hae-won help her old friend to escape her horrible existence or will she look the other way?

Seo Young-hee produces an absolutely mesmerising performance as Bok-nam, she's nothing short of spectacular. She goes from one emotion to another effortlessly and deservingly picked up several awards for her performance, it's certainly one of the strongest performances I've seen in a long time. Seo Young-hee will be recognisable to fans of Korean cinema for another very good performance in another excellent film called The Chaser. Ji Sung-won also gives a good performance as Hae-won, without actually doing anything particularly evil or cruel, she manages to make her character extremely dislikeable which is no easy feat considering who she's on the island with. Park Jeong-hak is excellent as the sadistic Man-jong, Bok-nam's husband. He will beat Bok-nam for the smallest of reasons, sleep with prostitutes with her sat right outside, and it's even hinted that he has been doing something even more despicable.
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