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Hye Won is a stern single independent woman who works in a bank in Seoul. She is very self-centered and doesn’t care to help other people. However, due to problems at work, she is forced to take time off work. Desperate for a change of pace, she visits Mudo island, where she spent her childhood in her grandfather’s house. There, she is reunited with her childhood friend, Kim Bok Nam, a cheerful mother who is delighted to see Hye Won. However, soon enough, Hye Won starts seeing the injustice and misogyny of the island’s socially regressive inhabitants toward Bok Nam.
- Native Title: 김복남 살인사건의 전말
- Romanization: Kim Bok Nam Salinsageonui Jeonmal
- Director: Jang Cheol Soo
- Genres: Suspense, Thriller, Drama
- Country: South Korea
- Release Date: Sep 2, 2010
- Duration: 1 hr. 55 min.
- Type: Movie
- Quality: 480p, 720p Bluray
- Audio: Korean
- Subtitles: English
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Bedevilled (2010) Korean Movie Review
I absolutely adored this brilliant, South Korean horror movie, this is going to sound strange, but I found so much about “Bedevilled”, was just so cute! The main character, in particular, is so adorable and sweet. Of course, the sweet stuff is strongly contrasted against the brutality that also fills the movie. It’s such a powerful mix.
“Bedevilled” ‘sets the scene’ with an opening sequence of a brutal attack, by two men against a young woman. One of our main characters, Hae-won, witnesses this attack, but refuses to identify the attackers. Hae-won then takes a short vacation to a small island, on which she grew up. Her childhood friend, Bok-nam, still lives on the island, with her little girl, Yeon-hee. Despite everything she is subjected to, Bok-nam remains happy and good natured; she “knows her place” on the isolated island with it’s own traditions and it’s own rules. She marvels at Hae-won’s everyday life in the city of Seoul, amazed by the simple idea of a washing machine. It soon becomes apparent that Bok-nam is being badly abused by both her husband and her brother-in-law. In fact she is being mistreated by pretty much the entire, albeit very small, population of the island. However much of her daily mistreatment comes from the group of older women who punish Bok-nam for her strength and independence, and even for her good spirits in the face of constant oppression and pain. Bok-nam seems resigned to her lot in life, until she realizes that her daughter is also being abused, at which point she pleads with Hae-won to take her and Yeon-hee with her when she returns to Seoul. This film is an important one, with a clear commentary on female victimization, and not just at the hands of men, and the general lack of action/consequences, thereafter.
“Bedevilled” is all at once a cute, poignant, at times, even humourous, story of perseverance and simple happiness despite intense mistreatment and suffering; and, a brutal, bloody, tale of female oppression and, eventually, one woman’s merciless revenge. This film is undeniably fantastic and significant, with superb acting and so much to offer, all horror-lovers should find plenty to love about this South Korean masterpiece.