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...Nor is it any number of other Asian films I could name. The first
time I watched "Soo" (2007, Korea) I thought it was boring. The second
time I watched it I thought it was good but needed approximately 90
minutes edited out. Last night I watched it for the third time and was
captivated from start to finish. It's truly one of the most effectively
depressing films of the past decade, and is essential viewing for
lovers of slow-burning, psychological, dramatic revenge films with
heaping quantities of character development.
The key to enjoying this film is to pay attention to the subtle
details. Even the most ordinary dialogue is used meaningfully here.
These characters have experienced horrific acts of death and violence
in their pasts and have also experienced dysfunctional relationships
with others. These dysfunctional relationships are communicated in a
fragmented, nonchronological manner that's similar to most East Asian
horror films. There's also some slight ambiguity, but only in little
patches that can be filled quite easily with some common sense and
logic. It's important to achieve that understanding though, because
absent this understanding the viewer will never be able to appreciate
the characters' suffering nor the motivations for their actions. And
let me tell you, these are some of the most gloomy, disheartened, and
interesting characters you'll ever see.
The acting is what we've come to expect from South Korea, first rate.
Joo-hyun Jun gives one of the best performances of her entire career.
She's utterly convincing in an atypical, dark role that establishes her
diverse acting range once and for all. Her depression isn't presented
in a typical, psychotic, over-the-top manner. It's a very restrained
exhibition, even in those few cases where she suffers a mental
breakdown of sorts. The film uses her character's interaction with
others, a steady tone, and a longer running time (2 full hours) to
slowly but surely communicate her despair to the viewer. It's
impossible not to sympathize with her and hope for her recovery. The
quality of acting doesn't begin and end with Joo-hyun though. Everyone
comes off looking well here.
Another important point to make is that the entire foundation of this
film is human suffering inflicted by humans. Contrary to what one might
expect, there's really revenge activity present at all. Even the
opening 30 minutes, which makes the film seem like it's going to travel
oft-explored revenge themes, can be interpreted as entirely
psychological. Almost all of the revenge sequences focus on disturbing
historical events involving horrific accidents or murders that are
presented in disturbing ways despite the absence of graphic violence.
It might seem like an oxymoron to say that "Art of Revenge" has more
balls than the slew of vacation torture films of recent years, but it
really does trump those films in pure guts because the acts of
violence here are inflicted upon very fragile, defenseless victims.
Some sequences are, in fact, jaw-dropping because most filmmakers (and
their producers) are too timid to show such things.
This is a damn good film that somehow fell between the cracks during
the oft-referenced (but not entirely accurate) period known as the "hey
day" of Asian revenge (circa 1998-2005). I never hear it mentioned or
referenced, but it deserves more attention than overrated, boring tripe
like "Oldboy" (2003). Watch both films and it's fairly obvious that
"Art of Revenge" is the better of the two in almost every conceivable
aspect of film-making.