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Bichunmoo [Import anglais]
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Bichunmoo [Import anglais]
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This review is based on the asian release, with excellent Korean and Chinese voice acting, and excellent sound rendering.
For its part, "Bichunmoo" is an excellent movie. It comes to us courtesy of the director of "Shadowless Sword". Personally, I liked SS, but this film is far superior to it. Let's dig into it.
Okay, quick premise. Guy loves girl. Girl forced to marry another. Guy gets his undies in a bunch and goes postal with his sword. Yeah, there's far more nuance to it, but you get the idea. The story really does play out nicely. The dialogue is kept to a minimum and the story is told through reactions and expressions and the sweeping score that really is a nice addition. The acting is solid from a very familiar cast (if you watch enough Korean action). The only thing that threw me is that the film pulls a Beowulf in the middle and jumps ahead a decade or so with very little warning. But once your brain catches up, you'll get it.
That leaves us with the action. First off, this movie isn't short on action. There are plenty of sword and fist fights to please any action junkie. What I found interesting is that the action is shot in a very Hong Kong style. It uses the dynamic handheld technique that Tsui Hark has spent a lifetime perfecting, and it does it well. I would say the action in this film most resembles Hark's "The Blade". Not much is slown down. It comes fast and furious with some wire and acrobatics to accent, but never dominate, the action.
The hand held isn't the "shaky" US style that obscures the action so that we don't see how poor our stunt men here our. It's steady and tends to rock left and right or up and down to catch the movement. It adds a certain intensity and brutality that no steadicam or dolly or jib arm can match. Being a huge Hark fan it's one of my all-time favorite ways to capture a fight scene and it's done here masterfully.
That's all I have to say on that. More than passable story. Capable and solid acting. All topped off with a generous quantity and top-notch quality fight scenes and visual style that are world class. A definite must-see.
Moreover, it tries too hard to make the love stoty sentimental and tragic. Let me ask you a question. Near the end, Jin-Ha seems to have everything. Sullie is alive and still loves him passionately. The kid (also played younger Jin-Ha) accepts him and wants to apprentice under him. His mercenary assassins are still loyal, willing to die for him. He killed all of his enemies except one. Sullie's brother supports their love. And guess what he wants to do? He wants to find a place to die! Why? Maybe his brain was too damaged from poison to think rationally.
Don't get me wrong. I enjoyed this movie tremendously and the love story moved me. The last scene was haunting and unforgettable with very little dialogue. However, it was as if the director decided to end the movie tragically no matter what and forgot to provide a compelling reason that could've made the movie more enjoyable. Sometimes, the less, the better. The more subtle, the more meaningful and moving. (The ending of Monster's Ball, for example)
If you prefer driving GTO to modern BMW, this movie will provide great entertainment for 2 hours. Enjoy.