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Tell Me Something [DVD] [1999]

3.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Suk-Kyu Han, Eun-Ha Shim, Hang-Seon Jang, Jung-Ah Yum, Seok-Hwan An
  • Directors: Yoon-Hyun Chang
  • Producers: Yoon-Hyun Chang
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Korean
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Tartan
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Mar. 2006
  • Run Time: 118 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007NBJ0U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 72,313 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Violent Korean drama. In the middle of Korea's rainy season, black plastic bags filled with dismembered body parts are being found around Seoul. Washed-up cop Cho (Suk-kyu Han) is assigned to the case and soon discovers a link between the victims; they were all at one point lovers of museum curator Chae (Eun-ha Shim). As Cho gets closer to her, he begins to uncover dark and dangerous secrets from Chae's past. At the same time the serial killer begins taunting the police with films of his victims' violent murder. What is it in Chae's past that has driven the killer to such extremes?

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I love this film, have seen it loads of times never get bored, a serial killer thriller / horror. I still find it hard to find faults coz most can be answered with "its Asian cinema".
In western cinema we have LOADS of awful serial killer horror esk films and most arnt nearly as enjoyable as this. So marking this film through its subgenre its a decent 8.5/10
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This film has been described as an asian version of seven/silence of the lambs. Although I can understand why it can be associated with these films (one scene in particular involving a car seems to have been extracted directly from seven)it does stand alone on its own merit.This film does keep you interested from beginning to end, including good performances from the cast, a few shocks and a nice twist.
As a fan of asian cinema, there seems to be a growing trend in cliche asian shock tactics, but this stands apart as a dynamic if not completely original film but would recommend it to anyone interested in atmospheric/asian/thriller/shocker/horror etc.
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A slogging whodunnit that might have been made in the U.S. or France or anywhere else. It contains a lot of body parts and blood, a troubled detective, a shell shocked woman who might have been a victim, and lotsa lotsa questioning. But the logic is hazy and its denouement way too predictable.

It's hard to believe that the two main actors were the two in the warm and touching CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST just the year before. Han Suk Kyu appears dramatically different here as the weary detective -- and he's the one that holds the film together since the story's logic doesn't.

The one thing I found interesting was that the Korean movie title is not a Korean phrase altho it is written in Hangeul. Try pronouncing it: "tel mi seom ding".
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This movie starts where "seven" leaves off and plunges into a gory tale with multiple plot twists. The sense of stillness and the slow scenes make the explosions of violence all the more shocking. There`s also a very subtle soundtrack which mixes classical piano with electronics. Excellent.
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A slogging whodunnit that might have been made in this country or France or who knows where else. Contains a lot of body parts and blood, a troubled detective, a shell shocked potential victim and lotsa lotsa questioning. But the logic is hazy and its denouement way too predictable.

It's hard to believe that the two main actors were the two in the warm and touching CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST just the year before. Han Suk Kyu appears dramatically different here as the weary detective -- and he's the one that holds the film together since the story's logic doesn't.

I found it interesting that the Korean movie title is not a Korean phrase altho it is written in Hangeul. Try pronouncing it: "tel mi seom ding".
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Full of unexplained things that probably wouldn't make much sense even if they were explained. Also has ample amounts of long, long 'looks' from one character to another, or just into space. Realistic perhaps, but dull. This film really is like a slice of real life, complete with all of the confusing and tedious bits left in. Oh, and did I mention that it really doesn't make all that much sense? Oh ... I did. Now to find a hundred other much better Korean horrors.
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