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Pasuggun (Bleak Night) (2011)





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A distraught, heartbroken father makes grueling attempts to understand the forces that prompted his son to take his life, in this earnest and challenging drama from South Korea. Ki-tae (Le Je-hoon of The Front Line) was a seemingly happy-go-lucky teenager with a bright future in front of him - which made his final self-destructive act that much more shocking. His dad (Cho Seong-ha) discovers a photograph that encourages him to seek out the boy's friends, Hee-june (Park jeong-min) and Dong-yoon (See yoon-jeong). In the process, an image emerges of the complex, often disturbing relationships between the said youths, that found them exchanging roles as friends, enemies, heroes and aggressors.

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Bleak Night is like South Korea's answer to We Need to Talk About Kevin with shades of Martha Marcy May Marlene in its loins. It's extremely grim with a very impactful message that nearly everyone will find some way to relate to.

January 22, 2013 | Rating: 8.5/10 | Full Review…

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