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Hae-won (Seong-won Ji) is a woman on the edge: a series of incidents at work earn her a forced vacation, but when she travels to a remote island from a childhood visit, at the urgent request of her friend Kim Bok-nam (Yeong-hie Seo), she has no idea what devils of the past are waiting.

Moo-do Island is an unpleasant place to visit, and you definitely don t want to live there. Bok-nam is crumbling under a weight of violence, sexual menace, and fear with no means of escaping her tormentors. The vengeful rage that waits inside her is growing, and her sanity shredding. If Hae-won can t help her escape, she may have to take matters into her own hands, once and for all.

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A must-see for anyone brave enough --beyondhollywood.com

Brutally intense --Twitch

One of the toughest and most powerful films from Korea --beyondhollywood.com


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  • Actors: Min-ho Hwang, Yeong-hie Seo, Seong-won Ji
  • Directors: Chul-soo Jang
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Korean
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: October 9, 2012
  • Run Time: 115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008OTTRSU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,067 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on November 25, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
A person can only be pushed to a certain limit,Enter a woman Protecting her child and that limit has been exceeded.
This film was heart breaking to watch yet entertaining because of the amazing acting by the two leading ladies who play childhood friends Bok-nam and Hae-won,Hae-won Going on to a live a nice cozy life and Bok-nam whom is thrust into a horror filled life .

Hae-won moved to Seoul leaving Bok-Nam on the island, after several letters and calls from Bok-Nam,Hae-won finally decides to go visit her on the island and the two continue where they left off which wasn't always nice.It's a revenge fueled no holds barred Asian horror/thriller that doesn't involve ghosts but real circumstances that happen to more people than we can ever know.The films depiction makes us believe that it exists within this film and in real life as well.

It has some good gore scenes but isn't anywhere near as gory as many other Asian horror films although bloody and incredibly Violent but they give us enough for it to be very effective.You will think about this film long after you finish watching it.I watched it twice because I wanted to make sure I understood every aspect,the second viewing was more personal than the first.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Brock Lesnar of Reviewing - The Most Hated on October 27, 2012
Format: DVD
"Bedevilled" is a beast of a movie coming from South Korea, the land of extraordinary film making (Just had to add that in). It takes us into the life of a very small community of islanders (9-10 people) that basically live by they're own rule. It is brutal, heart breaking, sad and horrifying all rolled into one great revenge film.

Hae-won is a young and stressed woman due to her job and a crime she witnessed. When she finally explodes at work her boss makes her take a vacation at which time she decides its best to get away. She takes a trip to where she grew up, Moodo Island, where she reconnects with her childhood friend Bok-nam who has a daughter of her own. As she settles in she notices that Bok-nam is treated like a slave by the whole community and is mistreated daily by her abusive boyfriend Man-Jong but yet never comes to her aid. One day Bok-nam tries to escape with her daughter only to get caught by Man-Jong.
In a violent struggle Bok-nams daughter is accidentally killed by Man-Jong prompting the community to cover up what really happened when an investigator is called in. Bok-nam finally losing her last straw, goes on a murderous rampage to exact revenge on those that have done her wrong and the people responsible for the death of her daughter, including her childhood friend Hae-won.

I absolutely loved this film. It shows how one person can be pushed around their whole life and finally snap when the one thing they loved the most is taken away from them. It tests the bonds of friendship and takes betrayal to a different level. It is a very violent and some what gory film that will suck you in and have you rooting for this poor abused woman as she cuts her way through this abusive community.

I really can't say anything bad about "Bedevilled" at all and recommend you pick up a copy and enjoy this South Korean masterpiece.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Peter M on November 6, 2011
Format: DVD
This is the much shortened version.The original ran for 130 minutes. You would be best to buy this dvd directly from Asia which is the original version
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Francisco José Poyato Ariza on August 3, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
The movie builds up slowly, yet firm and steady. After the first hour, it has grabbed your guts without your even noticing it, and it simply won't let go until the very end. The story is quite over the top, that is very much true, but serves perfectly as a vehicle to trigger the deepest, most contradictory emotions. One feels sorry for the killer, feels good when she kills, just can't wait for the victims to be killed as painfully as possible. What a powerful film!! South Korean movie makers are, at this point, among the very best in the world, no doubt about it. Technically impeccable, they have mastered script writing, setting, directing, acting, and all aspects related to this art. Yes, it is entertainment, but is also art, and the most powerful one, as it is able to trigger such hidden, dark emotions. The last shot of the movie (this is not really a spoiler) of the woman body fusing with the profile of the island was so beautiful and unexpected that it truly gave me a real thrill. Then, the images and music as the end titles roll leave you with the most tender and saddest feelings after the almost unbearable realistic horror ride. Realistic not because of the blood, which is generous, but not over the top; realistic because of the way it touches and manipulates, for the best, our darkest emotions. Once again, I must say that Asian cinema is, nowadays, far, very far ahead of European and especially US cinema. Uncompromising, entertaining and always surprising...doesn't it sound just the opposite to the rutinary, boring and utterly predictable US movies?
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By steven on August 31, 2011
Format: DVD
As a native Korean, I watched this film in a theatre in Seoul. The movie poster looked so weird but interesting, and I could not figure out at first what the story would be like. I just guessed that the movie would be very special, and it was so like Miike Takeshi's in Japan. The movie also was not like other Korean films, because it was so graphic that the female character in the movie even cut off someone's head, which is not a oft-seen scene in other Korean films. The movie's background in time and space also was not clear, probably because the director did not intend to make the movie in a realistic way. To me, the movie seems a well-made cult-style film to show the director's story-telling skill and techniques well in an exaggerating way, and it should be noted that the story and background of the film look a little bit surreal to native Koreans like me. If you expect a history drama or realistic story in this movie, it does not fit your expectations, but it is a well-made one if you like cult films or Miike Takeshi's.
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