Anonymous 2 (Taxi Driver 2)
Revolving around the high-class taxi company Rainbow – was created with the mission of taking revenge to help the weak when entrusted by them with the message “Don’t die, take revenge, we will help you”, Anonymous (Taxi Driver) ) wrote a series of stories based on true events in Korea. With realistic and delicate footage, rape fraud, school violence to larger cases such as cults, trade in banned goods, etc., are reproduced nakedly, exposing all corruptions. and change in society. Everything is so vivid that viewers seem to live in the dark side of society, it costs a lot of tears and even moments of shock.
The production team said, “When writing a script about a specific incident, we were very careful not to do actions that hurt the victim, such as begging forgiveness for the perpetrator. This is the work of the author. The product was born with the hope that social problems will be solved through law, so we do not use actual events just for fun.”
“Incognito” stands out in the midst of Korean movies, perfect in acting by the cast of Kim Do Gi (Lee Je Hoon), Jang Sung Cheol (Kim Eui Sung), Ahn Go Eun (Pyo Ye Jin), Choi Kyung Goo (Jang Hyuk Jin), Park Jin Uhn (Bae Yoo Ram), eye-catching action scenes and a humanistic storyline. The movie is currently in the top of the most viewed on VieON.
Signal of Death (Signal)
Lee Je Hoon is said to have a charm to act in a movie based on a true story. Before causing a storm in Anonymous, the actor born in 1984 made a strong impression in Signal of Death. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics, the audience praised for its action scenes, plot, acting and especially making an irreplaceable crime movie monument.
Dead Signal has a reckless scenario but a very smooth, logical implementation. The story in the film is inspired by a true case that shook Korea in Hwaseong in the years 1986-1991. 10 women raped and murdered by a sick murderer Among them, the oldest is a 71-year-old woman, and the youngest is a 13-year-old girl. Without falling behind in just telling stories, “Signal of Death” builds with interwoven timelines, developing with elements of the present – the past in parallel with well-arranged episodes that make viewers feel like “voluntarily” to get involved is natural and convincing.
Memories of a Murderer
Before holding 4 Oscar golden statues with the blockbuster Parasite – Parasite, director Bong Joon Ho and actor Song Kang Ho performed their great masterpiece Memories Of Murder on 20 years ago (2003). The film soon intrigued viewers when exploiting a rather strange topic of the Korean entertainment industry at that time. Based on a true historical case, the film is about the continuous murder of women with gruesome tricks, in the context of a Korean village starting in 1986, with gloomy, dreary colors. The details, clues, witnesses, signs… are all very mysterious and ambiguous. After the broadcast, “Memoirs of a Murderer” created fear to creep into the psyche, leaving viewers with many things to imagine and torment until now.
Memoirs of a Murderer not only challenges the intellect, but also the heart of the viewer. The film possesses a suspenseful and suspenseful story from beginning to end, combined with a talented cast that excellently expresses the inner character of the character. Not only focusing on the detective segment, the film further explores the hidden corners of the mind and the past of the two investigators, clearly revealing the helplessness to the end before the mysterious curtain of the detectives. killer.
Silence is a movie that not everyone has the courage to watch a second time. This is not a horror movie but creates a haunting, frustrating feeling that makes it hard to breathe. The film was successful with many messages conveying painful issues in today’s society, the film also changed the Korean law on sex crimes at that time.
“Silence” is based on a true story that happened from 2000 to 2005 at Gwangju Inhwa School for Deaf Children, Gwangju City, South Korea. The dark colors of the movie from the train, the blood-stained sandals and the boy’s body lying on the train tracks make anyone who first watch it probably have to ask the question “Why?”. Pedophilia is not an easy subject to exploit because of its nature it causes resentment and pain. What makes “Silence” touch so painful for viewers is that the victims here are not only children, but also children who can’t hear or speak.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is the darkest movie in The Conjuring universe based on a real-life murder that shocked the US. A very famous real-life event in 1981: the murder of Arne Johnson, also known as the “demonic murder” case – the first murderer in American judicial history to be defended by the reason of “committing the crime”. because ghosts cause evil”. The incident sparked a series of supernatural events, including a murder in which the victim was killed by 22 knives.
The synopsis for “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” reads: “The film reveals a chilling tale of terror, murder, and demonic forces. They make two experts on supernatural phenomena. It is Ed and Lorraine Warren to be stunned.It is one of the most sensational cases they have ever solved.The battle for the soul of a young boy between the Warrens and the devil drags them into an unprecedented chain of events. For the first time in American history, demonic possession was used as a pretext for murder.”
It seems to be an easy-to-forget romantic movie, but “Titanic” has been hot for more than 25 years since it aired on the small screen. Especially when last June an expedition submersible carrying 5 people went missing off the coast of Canada to explore the wreck of the Titanic, the film received more and more effects from the public. “Titanic” returned to theaters with 4K format in February, audiences can still find it on VieON with the best quality.
Titanic romanticizes when telling the iconic love story of Jack and Rose – two people from two different backgrounds, meeting by chance while on the same Titanic and also painfully parting. In fact, there was no meeting or sweet love story, Jack and Rose had no chance to meet each other on the Titanic. Currently, the wreck of the ship is still lying about 4,000 meters below the surface of the ocean, shrouded in gloom for 111 years and is expected to be dissolved into the ocean within 20 years.