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Memories of murder [videorecording DVD]
Descripción física:
2 videodiscs (131 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Nota general:
DVD format ; NTSC, region 1; widescreen (1.85:1 aspect ratio); Dolby 5.1 surround; color.

Based on a true story.

Based on the play "Come to see me" by Kim Kwang-rim.

Special Features: Two 2003 commentaries featuring Bong and members of the cast and crew, plus a new commentary featuring critic Tony Rayns; New interview with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro; New interview with Bong about the real-life serial killer who inspired the film; Documentary from 2004 on the making of the film; Deleted scenes with optional audio commentary by Bong; New interview with film scholar Jeff Smith on the use of sound in Bong's work; Incoherence, a 1994 student film by Bong with a new introduction by the director; teaser; trailer; TV spot; An essay by critic and novelist Ed Park.
"In his breakthrough second feature, Bong Joon Ho explodes the conventions of the policier with thrillingly subversive, genre-defying results. Based on the true story of a string of serial killings that rocked a rural community in the 1980s, Memories of Murder stars New Korean Cinema icon Song Kang Ho as the local officer who reluctantly joins forces with a seasoned Seoul detective (Lim Sang Kyung) to investigate the crimes--leading each man on a wrenching, yearslong odyssey of failure and frustration that will drive him to the existential edge. Combining a gripping procedural with a vivid social portrait of the everyday absurdity of life under military rule, Bong fashions a haunting journey into ever-deepening darkness that begins as a black-comic satire and ends as a soul-shattering encounter with the abyss"--Container.