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Abducted on a rainy night in 1988, the obnoxious drunk, Oh Dae-Su, much to his surprise, wakes up locked in a windowless and dilapidated hotel room, for an unknown reason. There, his invisible and pitiless captors will feed him, clothe him and sedate him to avoid committing suicide, and as his only companion and a window to the world is the TV in his stark cell, the only thing that helps Oh Dae-Su keep going is his daily journal. But then, unexpectedly, after fifteen long years in captivity, the perplexed prisoner is deliberately released, encouraged to track down his tormentor to finally get his retribution. Nevertheless, who would hate Oh Dae-Su so much he would deny him of a quick and clean death?
On the day of his daughter's birthday, Ho Dae-su gets completely drunk and is arrested. His best friend No Joo-hwan releases him from the police station, and while calling home from a phone booth, Dae-su vanishes. Indeed he has been abducted and imprisoned in a room for fifteen years. One day, he is suddenly released, receives clothes, money and a cellular and meets the Japanese chef Mido, and they feel a great attraction for each other. However, Dae-su seeks for his captor and the reason of his long imprisonment. While looking for revenge, Dae-su discloses deep secrets from the past.
I liked it and agree w/ everyone who says that it is a beautiful film to look at and yes, it does dig its hooks into you at the beginning and yes, it's superbly executed and yes, the acting is very good but when the movie tries to pay itself back in the end, I couldn't help but feel completely uninterested. Maybe it was the fact that movie seemed way cooler than the audience and made no bones of hiding this arrogance. Maybe it was just the fact that it knew it had a secret to tell and when it finally told you - you were left saying, "that's it?!".<br/><br/>Maybe I'm too desensitized to all of this but honestly, if you're going to pay off, pay off big. Especially if you've kept me hanging on for that long.
While I don't think this film was by any means a masterpiece I don't quite understand the derision its receiving. <br/><br/>I think it's important to remember to not take this film out of context, it's surreal and highly stylised because its like a Manga cartoon. This is where i think it derives many of its driving themes/styles. So please before condemning this film for being unrealistic, it's not meant to, or too violent, much of the violence is necessary to establish the characters motives it's not just stylistic. <br/><br/>I don't understand issues over the 'gratuitous' violence, very little of which we actually see. Compare Saving Prv Ryan far more gratuitous, it's war we know people legs etc blown off there no specific reason to show it. Lets not forget the guy has been incarcerated for 15 years and he doesn't know why. Not that I can being to speculate as to psychological condition of such an individual but I suspect that you might be a little gnashed off. I think I would be willing to rip the teeth out of someone responsible to find out why. <br/><br/>Regaring the climatic scene (it seems people had the most problem with this) I don't think Dae-su cuts his tongue off because he sympathises and wants to illustrate his regret to Woo-jin Lee. If that was the case why did he try to kill him with the devise he thought was controlling his pacemaker. His motive is to protect his daughter from finding his identity. If as I suspect Woo-jin never intended to kill Mido, although unknown to Dea-su, he simply wants to visit a punishment to Dea-su that he sees as appropriate. Further he wants Dea-su to understand what he has done, the repercussions of his actions. Don't forget that Woo-jin says something like " We didn't hypnotise you to erase the memory of what you said to initiate the rumour you just forgot." Woo-jin wants Dae-su to suffer a similar pain and, I think, for him to recognise his role and feel guilt/remorse. Dae-su realises Woo-jin wants a recognition of his transgressions and so must convince Woo-jin that he regrets what he did hence he cuts out his tongue because he 'talks to much' what could be more appropriate. This is sufficient to satisfy Woo-jin he promptly kills himself, his work is done "now, what joy will I have left to live for?" . Dae-su is driven to this act only to protect his daughter it not gratuitous or wanton its absolutely necessary, because it alludes to lengths he will go to to that end. But does he have himself hypnotised to prevent her from finding the truth or because he cant bear the trauma of the monster he has become. <br/><br/>There were many comments regarding the octopus scene. The guy has had no contact with living beings bar a guard giving him food through the hatch for 15 years. Further all he's eaten during this time is dumplings. I think the scene has the effect of illustrating his desire to connect with something living. Whether human or not.
Put simply, in my humble opinion, Oldboy sucks.
Oldboy is based loosely on a Japanese manga Old Boy, written by Nobuaki Minegishi and Garon Tsuchiya. Oldboy, the film, is the second installment of The Vengeance Trilogy, preceded by Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and followed by Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. No, the ending is totally different. There are new characters involved, and the ultimate cause for Wojin's revenge is not the same as in the movie. a5c7b9f00b