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Brutally violent yet captivating, Kim Jee-woon delivers another brilliant film with I Saw the Devil, a gory cat-and-mouse game between a secret service agent and the serial killer who savagely murdered and dismembered his wife. Lee Byung-hun teams up again with Kim (they previously worked on A Bittersweet Life together) alongside Choi Min-sik of Oldboy. Looks like Kim Jee-woon is cementing his place among the living modern masters.
This list brings ten films that smash the search for happiness exposed by common sense in the social realm. They are films that treat the concept of happiness as something detrimental to the full development of an individual in a society, causing it to have its subjectivity ignored in favor of a collective will. #movies
Hamburg-Germany based illustrator Julian Rentzsch has teamed up with Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein at Stellavie, an independent design studio, to create a unique set of posters featuring movie directors merged with their famous films. So far, the team has released three posters - Here, Alfred Hitchcock