Save The Green Planet [DVD] 
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Wild and wacky sci-fi comedy horror by South Korean director Jang Jun-Hwan. Byeong-Ju (Ha-Kyun Shin) is a confused young man who believes that a major industrialist, Kang (Yun-Shik Baek) is actually an alien from outer space who is out to destroy the planet. Along with his dippy girlfriend, circus performer Sun-i (Jeong-Min Hwang), Byeong-Ju kidnaps Kang and tries to force him - using increasingly extreme methods of interrogation - to reveal his 'royal genetic code' before the next full moon...
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In between his quest to get the truth out of Kang, he robs banks to take care of his comatose mother, cares for his bees and builds mannequins, and if all that isn't weird enough, the tone of the film wildly changes direction from surreal comedy, to extreme violence to edge of the seat suspense, alternating as quickly and disorientating as possible, and as strange as it seems it all works very well. It's not a perfect film by any means, but the truth is that it's so inventive and original you'll forgive its shortcomings.
If you enjoy something out of the ordinary then 'Save The Green Planet' is great fun.
As the story unfolds we discover that Byeong Gu has had a very traumatic life; bullied at school by pupils and teachers, his previous girlfriend was beaten to death and his mother has been poisoned by the same man he has just kidnapped indicating to the viewer that our would be saviour is nothing more than a revenge seeking psychotic. This theory is further compounded when the CEO discovers notepads in his new dungeon home of other victims tortured over the years and killed by the deranged kidnapper Byeong Gu, who concluded on each occasion that he simple got it wrong and must continue his search. This truly is a brilliant flick with an unpredictable ending that's guaranteed to satisfy any film fanatic looking for something a bit extraordinary.
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A great psychological thriller with possibly one of the craziest endings I've seen to date!
Well worth the watch!
Great service,well wrapped,super fast delivery, a good quality item,it's a great way of replacing your old vinyl albums, highly recommendedPublished on 11 Feb. 2014 by KEN SLOUGH
This film was not what I expected. It was actually good, and funny as well. Love the Japanese, Korean and Chinese films they are good. Read morePublished on 27 Aug. 2013 by wysiwyg38
Wow what a film Go out and Buy you will not be disappointed.
If you are a fan of tartan Asian Extreme you will love this movie its so funny and just the right ammount of... Read more
This film is awesome, I would say as far as Korean films go it's up there with 'Oldboy' and 'The Host' I'm surprised more people haven't rated it.Published on 22 Dec. 2009 by JR Rees
Ok where to start?
Korean films like these made me switch from the american ones too the asian cinema.
its fresh, hard, funny and smooth. Read more
The sheer range of emotions that blast through your head for the two hours (and some of them staying there for much longer) is worth the price of admission alone. Read morePublished on 10 Mar. 2009 by E. Carpenter