- Release Date:
- Genre: Thriller
- Cast: Kim Sun-ah, Ma Dong-seok, Shin Jung-keun, Lee Chung-ah, Jung In-gi
Kim Sun-ah! I love this woman so much!!! I Mean seriously, she has to be one of my favorite actresses. She didn’t disappoint me in this movie either.
I quickly finished some work I was putting off and made plans with myself to make a pot of coffee and get down to business. Unfortunately, my body had other plans. Apparently sleep is needed every other week before your body takes over and MAKES you sleep *sigh*
I was up by 7, breakfast and coffee made, ready to go.
Let me pause my ramblings by saying this. I am a mother. We all know this. Lately watching things where children die, effects me in the negative sense. It’s gotten to the point to where I try to avoid shows/movies that have this. I don’t know… This movie has this type of thing, I knew it but I still watched it. So shame on me for knowing and watching anyway. Maybe that’s why I’m still grumpy.
Anyway… here is the official blurb about the movie via Hancinema:
Based on an original web-toon, a woman gives up her organs for guarantee and takes revenge on a serial killer who killed her family.
After losing her family in front of her eyes, Eun-ah plans the revenge to THE ONE who killed her family. She lures people who need organ transplant promising them to give her organs after taking her revenge.
Holy Smokes. I mean seriously…there is no happiness in this movie (maybe the first 5 mins). Kim Sun-ah played the crap out of Eun-ah and whoever was the “The One” did a bang up job as well. I wanted (still do a bit) assist in his capture. The cast was freaking fantastic and you will recognize all members of the five.
Kim Sun-ah plays Eun-ah
Ma Dong Suk plays Dae-ho
Shin Dong Geum plays Nam cheol
Jeong In-gi plays Cheol Min
Lee Cheong-ah plays Jeong-ha
Even the extended cast had some familiar faces.
Even though Eun- ah ended up being in a wheelchair, she held her own when fighting against “The One”. I made mention of her turning into a female McGuyver. I didn’t tweet it though because i was so into the movie and it was kinda early in the morning. The few tweets I did make though were…interesting.
*sigh* I’m still recovering. Hopefully in a few hours I’ll be well enough to watch The Accomplice which has been on my list to see for awhile.
Final thoughts: Eun-ah got what she wanted though I feel like it was justice. The action was alright but I think the story, the plot, of the movie was better. Check out the trailer below and let me know what you think!