Following the hugely successful Oldboy, Lady Vengeance is another showcase for the extraordinary talents of Park Chan-Wook.
Lee Guem-Ja has been released from jail having served 13 years for the kidnapping and murder of a child. A seemingly unassuming prisoner, Guem-ja has in fact been plotting her revenge on the man who was responsible for her incarceration. With the help of some of her fellow inmates her plan will soon be complete. But, just as her trap is ready, Guem-ja finds herself re-united with her long lost daughter.
Will her daughter be able to bring her the peace she so desires and will her long committed quest for evenge lead to salvation or damnation?
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Slick, arty meditation on the act of vengeance. If you liked watching Min-sik Choi in the recent I Saw the Devil, he plays virtually the same crazy sicko in this one as well. Just a few notes on this release. It's the Fade to Black version which means it gradually switches to black and white over the course of the film.
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