Silenced, Vengeance Trilogy,... These Korean Greatest Movies Deserve To Have A Bollywood Remake! (Part 2)

Nalini Suri |Jun 27, 2019

Korean movies have been rising as a phenomenon to spread out all over many countries. Recently, Bollywood also intends to remake some of it. See the list below!

In the cinematic world, while Hollywood movies are highly appreciated by CGI with thrilling action movies, Koreans movies have brought to the audience a string of deep emotions. From romantic to psychology, action and even horror films, in all types, Korean movies have left a profound humane value touching all hearts. You can cry, contemplate or deeply feel hurt about what has been shown and left after Korean movies.

Understanding this kind of value, Bollywood is running a project on remake some Koreans movies which are best in all aspects. Follow the list below to know more.

Silenced (2011)

Director: Dong-hyuk Hwang

silenced korean movie

Silenced is another Korean masterpiece about pedophilia based on a true event of Gwangju Inhwa School. But unlike Hope, the little deaf-mute girls and boys cannot get back the justice and all the stories have been sunk deep in silence, as the name of the movie. This also reflects a part of corruptive local government in South Korea when they committed the power and money from criminals.

The Wailing (2016)

Director: Na Hong-jin

The Wailing korean movie

This movie is a horror rebuilding a true butchery of South Korea. There is a mysterious disease leading to hysteria spread out that policeman whose daughter also got the disease has to find out the causes. The Wailing goes deeply through some complicated questions such as why some people become the victim, how people trust the others… Behind all, what is the real face of the good and the bad, is the good hidden under the bad or the bad pretends to be good? Those big questions are raised up through the movie.

I Saw the Devil (2010)

Director: Kim Ji Won

I Saw the Devil korean movie

The shockingly violent movie about the revenge of revenge has even made a hit in some places in the US. Like its name, the movie is about a devil hidden behind a man while he continuously rapes and kills many young girls from the beginning. But after all, the government operative still cannot catch him and become crueler and crueler. The operative sinks more deeply into the mud of revenge and from a man to fight a devil, he also becomes a devil.

Vengeance Trilogy (2006)

Director: Park Chan-wook

Vengeance Trilogy korean movie

The horror movie really discovers the true cost of revenge for someone who engages willfully in it. It includes three parts: Sympathy For Mr Vengeance, Oldboy and Lady Vengeance which are not related directly to each other. However, the main focus linking these parts together is the recurring revenge and salvation theme.

Now we are looking forward to Bollywood remakes of these above Korean masterpieces to have a more abstruse view of social problems and maintain a humane value inside each one of us!


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