[HanCinema's Film Review] "Yoon Hee" 2014/01/11,
From the very beginning "Yoon Hee" sets out to establish an atmosphere of general depression. The titular character (played by Choi Ji-yeon) starts out in China, where a rather discouraging series of events ensues involving brutalized prisoners, food idly tossed upon the ground, assault, sharp objects, and hideous screams. "Yoon Hee" is a film determined to let its audience know that nothing fun will happen.
This opening piece is passable in terms of setting tone. However, the longer "Yoon Hee" goes on, the more clear it is that this isn't so much an actual narrative as it is a series of sad discouraging events,...More
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