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Visually, it goes for etched simplicity, bolstered by appropriately shouty performances: the result is forthrightly in-your-face, culturally fascinating, but a tough watch.
It's a vision of sorts but one you'll need a strong stomach to see out.
Rarely does an animé etch itself onto the mind so indelibly.
[A] dull piece of Korean animation ...
Taking a realistically adult approach to bullying, this animated teen thriller from Korea is packed with provocative and sometimes moving observations even when it turns overly melodramatic at the end.
The thought-provoking storyline and attention to detail in the animation ensures King Of Pigs retains a strong dramatic wallop.
An uncompromising, hopeless depiction of a society corrupted by the idea of success as money and the brutal upholding of the hierarchical order it creates.
A little overwrought in the final scenes, The King Of Pigs is still visually impressive and thought-provoking animation for adults nonetheless.
What a shame the ending is predictable. With more care, this could have been a contender.
The King of Pigs rules.
Backgrounds smoulder, and a kinetic manipulation of space facets The King of Pigs' frames. Its characters, however, remain flat.
A strangely gripping and upsetting movie.
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