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A brutal killing begins this film and sets up the tone for things to come. It's a serial killer film with a twist, as it's obvious the serial killer has motives we are not aware of. As the film progresses it becomes more personal and emotional. The killer is the ex-wife of the policeman investigating the murders, adding one of those tragic cat and mouse layers, but never quite shaking off the convenience of it all. Princess Aurora isn't just any revenge film, it captures how it can easily escalate into insanity. Stunning performances and beautiful photography make sure there is always something to appreciate, even when the film gets stuck shifting gears.
Interesting premise that tends to wander a bit; the twist at the end is somehwat a letdown..overall a decent watch, just nothing novel or memorable.
This Korean thriller is very good by giving me the mystery of why "Princess Aurora" has murdered 5 people. At the beginning, that didn't make sense why "Princess Aurora" wanted to kill them, maybe for making rude to other people she saw, that's what I thought. Then I found out at the nearly final, it was her vengeance from the flashback. You'll see when you watch it.
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