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Amazon.com: 26 件のカスタマーレビュー
2017年1月2日 - (Amazon.com)
A bit bizarre, and the female lead was attractive, but she did a heinous thing to her son.
Use discretion in whom you invite to watch this film ...
2014年11月3日 - (Amazon.com)
Use discretion in whom you invite to watch this film. The subject is depravity, served garish and cold. In a way the film is itself an example of lives lived with no direction save impulse and that only at the moment it is felt. Impulse may be what draws you to watch Moebius. If so, you'll find self-indulgence duly rewarded with well directed and chillingly performed portrayals of self-deception and mutual horror, both performed for an audience that is at once the other character in the scene and you. I am led to wonder at the capability of a storyteller to draw his audience to a place no one of us really has to go while we recognize the journey and its destination as something we've known all along. This film makes the macabre reasonable, inevitable and horrific. If you come away from this film entertained and revolted you'll have the satisfaction of knowing the storyteller has you in mind and, hopefully, not on the screen. Should you slip into voyeurism or its thoughtless counterpart, the need to watch body parts that go covered by day, you'll be titillated and you'll miss what makes the film worthwhile.
2016年3月18日 - (Amazon.com)
Very interestin t with a very interesting if not unexpected ending!!
2016年2月2日 - (Amazon.com)
it was crazy that is what kept me watching
Filmmaking at its Finest!
2015年1月7日 - (Amazon.com)
This is filmmaking at its finest! Ki Duk tells a story of incest, castration and suicide in a Korean family without any dialogue for an hour and a half. It is an Oedipal tale about a Moebius strip of a family, where one nightmarish thing leads to another and things go around and around. The direction shows through in the fine performances of the actors, who must use only their expressions and body language to portray what is going on. It isn't a throwback to silent films though, because the acting is modern and stylized, the emotions are raw and plain to see, and the way it is filmed (camera work, sound) is exquisite. This is not a movie for American audiences, brought up on Batman, Superman, The Hobbit; it is a movie that requires an open mind and an understand heart in order to make sense out of the surprising, and often shocking twists and turns of the plot. Duk is not content to just turn out a easygoing Hollywood thriller or fantasy film. This is completely original from beginning to end. The subject matter is twisted and over the edge, even after Korean censors had Duk remove some scenes. It is a film for the diminishing group of film devotees left in our culture.