This is a South Korean terrifying horror movie by director Na Hong-jin regarding a policeman that investigates the sequences of the illnesses and strange killings. The movie was a business success.
The Cast Lists:
Kwak Do-won played as Jong-goo
Hwang Jung-min played as Il-gwang
Jeon Bae-soo played as Deok-gi
Kil Chang-gyoo played as Park Choon-bae
Park Chae-ik played as the Friend
Lee Chang-hoon played as the Doctor
Kim Do-yoon played as Yang I-sam
Kim Hwan-hee played as Hyo-jin
Choi Gwi-hwa played as Byeong-gyoo
Kim Gi-cheon played as Dispatch captain
Kwon Hyeok-joon played as the Friend
Jo Han-cheol played as Detective 1
Lee In-cheol played as the Father
Her Jin played as the Mother-in-law
Im Jae-il played as a Police
Kim Ji-won played as Nurse
Jun Kunimura played as Japanese stranger
Son Kang-gook played as Oh Seong-bok
Jeong Mi-nam played as Heung-gook
Chun Woo-hee played as Moo-myung
Jang So-yeon played as the Wife
Park Seong-yeon played as Kwon Myeong-joo
Baek Seung-cheol played as a Friend
Yoo Soon-woong played as the Chief of police
Kim Song-il played as the Police
Jo Seon-joo played as the hostess bar
Bae Yong-geun played as the Police
The Story Line:
A Japanese guy has presently arrived at the little town in the South Korean mountains, living in a private house. The mysterious illness began scattering towards the villagers that triggers rashes where it preceded violent, fatal outbreaks following the stupor and then death.
Police official Jong-goo, who is examining the case, encounter a strange young lady named as Moo-myeong, who told him regarding the Japanese outsider, and then later disappears. The local hunter told Jong-goo that he noticed the near-naked guest eating the deer, with red glowing eyes. Jong-goo was anxious, as he had dreams regarding this stranger, where the hunter had explained it to him. He enlisted the help of the other police official, and the Japanese-speaking priest that serve being their translator, and they examined the outsider house while being away. The other police officials discovered photos of the murdered and infected residents with their belongings. He is also shocked to state anything about the others. The outsider guard dog in the house attacked the Jong-goo and the priest. The outsider arrived and then pacifies the dog, while the remaining three leaves.
The police official told Jong-goo about what his witness, and handed over the shoe that belonged to the daughter of Jong-goo, Ms. Hyo-jin. Soon, Hyo-jin became sick and then displayed identical symptoms just like with the other grimy villagers. Jong-goo makes his way into the house of the stranger with an anger priest, but discovered that the pictures and the evidence have been blazed. Furious, he smashed out the stranger’s worship room and then murdered the dog when it comes to him, ordering the outsider to leave their village.
The Writers’ View:
The director, battles on finding a good tonal balance. During those times of pitch perfect and during the other moments all over the spot, the tone battles on being consistent. For the primary third of the movie, it is initially a funny film with brief bursts of violence and depravity. The comedy worked so well and the viewers are laughing many times. Then when a terrible imagery came up it was just sudden and so effective. There was the natural balance here, but it seemed lost with the next act. The comedy became slapstick and it did not fit in the rest of the movie. The artists became on-the-top and their acting is somewhat not on the ways expected from them and really different from their introduction.