Sympathy for Lady Vengeance Reviews

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April 6, 2019
Park Chan-wook focused on a female character and created a unique amalgam of black humor, blasphemous irony, extreme violence, which at times, is turned on children, and liberating humanism, chiefly depicted in the final sequence of collective revenge
September 17, 2010
As a man is made to mediate the terms of his own murder, Park Chan-wook offers a perfect resolution to his "Vengeance" trilogy: an acutely agonizing elegy for whatever shred of humanity is left after the impulse for vengeance has worked itself out.
August 30, 2009
Talks Sin and Salvation while spending all his creative energies on debasing gags and sneering wide-angle shots
April 15, 2009
Park Chanwook works his Grand Guignol sense of humor against Korean social conditions to effect a call-and-response logic to the metaphoric and literal things that happen onscreen.
October 21, 2007
The kind of glorious sensory rush that you can only get when a supremely confident director fully kicks out the jams. Submerged within the flash, however, is a nihilistic worldview that may be even more curdled than its predecessors.
July 10, 2007
in Lady Vengeance, revenge is ultimately a shabby, sordid business that leaves everybody soiled and in need of purification - or at least of a pie in the face.
June 21, 2007
The story is delightfully multilayered, the look stylish, and the horror component top notch.
April 19, 2007
If you have a taste for revenge or just a taste for wickedly well-done filmmaking, help yourself to a serving of Lady Vengeance.
March 24, 2007
What most will take from Lady Vengeance is a director in love with film and the ability to express that passion through the language of his medium.
March 1, 2007
Exciting, nerve-wracking and utterly original.
December 31, 2006
No capítulo final de sua trilogia sobre a Vingança, Park (com seu dom habitual para criar belíssimos quadros) concebe um conto de moralidade surpreendente, complexo e assustador, levando o espectador a confrontar sua própria percepção sobre o assunto.
December 30, 2006
Park Chanwook's latest revenge thriller isn't as graphic as earlier ones, but may be even more psychologically violent -- and that's a compliment, as it leads to astounding revelations about guilt and justice.
December 20, 2006
Didn't have enough heart for me to find its soft spot.
December 3, 2006
The theme of how all-around bad revenge is starts to wear a little thin... But there's always a perverse delight in just watching how a Park movie is executed.
November 11, 2006
A collideorscape it is, and a very fine one.
October 3, 2006
full review in Greek
September 14, 2006
It has an operatic scale and an emotional eloquence and, along the way, in the juxtaposition of its variously conflicting elements, we see how vengeance turns to redemption.
August 17, 2006
may be the most emotionally affecting, perversely amusing and deeply disturbing of the trilogy.
August 12, 2006
Park cleverly shows us that justice and revenge can be equally horrifying
August 6, 2006
... as brutal as it is beautiful.
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