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THE VILLAINESS (2017)

Korean action flick follows the bloody path of vengeance cut by Sook-hee (Kim Ok-bin) a woman raised to be an assassin since she was a child. 647 more words

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Cannes 2017 Review: The Villainess [Ak-Nyeo]

The first scene of Ak-Nyeo gives good indication of what’s to come. We’re immediately placed in the subjective point of view, facing up to a horde of henchman in a narrow corridor. 301 more words

The Villainess | Movie Review

Quick Take: After learning about the murder of her newly-minted husband, Sook-hee (Kim Ok-vin) goes on a frantic bloody rampage to wipe out the people responsible – and that’s just the first ten minutes of the film. 1,762 more words

Fantasia Film Review: The Villainess

Fantasia has begun. You’d be wise to seek cover.

THE VILLAINESS might seem too much of an ostentatious title for what seems to be a revenge movie. 497 more words

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The Villainess

After making waves with 2012’s Confession of Murder, writer-director Jung Byung-gil’s follow-up delivers some of the most kinetic action sequences ever witnessed in a South Korean film.
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'The Villainess' Receives Action-Packed Trailer Ahead of Cannes Debut

The Villainess (악녀) has received an explosive trailer in the run-up to its debut at the Cannes Film Festival on May 21st.

Appearing in the ‘Out of Competition – Midnight Projections’ program, writer/director Jung Byung-gil’s latest features Kim Ok-vin as ruthless assassin Sook-hee. 81 more words

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