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One of those Korean director Kim Ki-duk's mannerist-minimalist films in which his raw brutality outweighs his workmanship.
He is obsessed with Sun-hwa and secretly watches her debasement (sometimes protecting her, but ultimately letting her sink fully into this new life).
(Thankfully it just doesn't happen to anyone I know) BAD GUY explores the issue of prostitution and why some women are stuck in this profession.
I can't get this movie out of my mind... There are some scenes in the movie that are brutally honest - about the invisible lines of separation between classes within society,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elise Esclave
This is a twisted demented love story filled with violence and sadness. If you don't like Hollywood happy endings but enjoy artistic foreign films portraying a more depraved look... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Seth Waldron
Having (allegedly) seen his first film at age 33, Kim Ki-Duk is a director unfettered by convention or fashion. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Daniel Edwards
Bad acting, little dialogue. Film sounds better than it really is. Only Asian film I have bought that I will sell fast. I would say... Read morePublished on July 18, 2011 by Indiandaeng
I'm quite sure the end result would be this movie...
Instead of a Mute guy trying to save his sister the love of his life (hey, no sick thoughts please). Read more
People who actually love each other never have sex in this movie. Guess it comes with the job.Published on January 16, 2010 by Howard
This movie is a person's worst nightmare. Death is far better than what the female character of this movie goes through. Read morePublished on June 25, 2009 by Amazon Customer
Happy with what I bought, took a long time to get to me, but I was made aware of this at the startPublished on July 16, 2008 by S. M. Oreilly
Ki-duk Kim's "Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fall...and Spring" (2003) was one of the most beautiful and sensitive films I've ever seen. Read morePublished on June 13, 2008 by Kerry Walters