5º – Memories of Murder (Joon-ho Bong, 2003)In 1986, in a Korean province, a serial killer begins a reign of terror, killing women and leaving the place upside down. Two detectives are tasked with capturing the killer, forever changing their lives and discovering that certain things are simply not forgotten. A film about life and the moments that give this a real substance. Every minute of this movie serves to put a puzzle on everything that permeates the characters inserted there. ‘Memories of Murder’ is in the genre of suspense, but we will have comedy, drama, terror and action together in a precise and necessary tangle for the film.
4º – The Sword of Doom (Kihachi Okamoto, 1966)We will explore the erratic trajectory of an unscrupulous samurai, understanding his exacerbated way of dealing with eventual setbacks, working to destroy everyone around him. Kihachi Okamoto’s masterpiece, ‘The Sword of Doom’ is one of the most beautiful films designed in the 1960s, with immersive plans, intense photography and incredible scenery.
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