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Bedevilled (김복남 살인사건의 전말)

김복남 살인사건의 전말 (Kim-bok-nam Sal-in-sa-eui Jeon-mal)

Directed by Jang Cheol-soo (장철수)

Screenplay by


115min | Release date in South Korea :

Sick of all the inhumane treatment by others, Bok-nam tries to escape the island with her daughter, but her daughter gets killed in the process. When she loses the only thing that had kept her going, Bok-nam takes a sickle in her hand for revenge.

International Film Festivals
2010 Cannes International Film Festival , International Critic's Week
2010 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, Feature


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  • Cannes' regular actresses: Jeon Do-yeon, Go Ah-sung and Seo Young-hee

    2015/04/17, Source
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  • [HanCinema's Hall of Fame Review] "Bedevilled": A Gorgeously Grotesque Revenge Rampage

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  • [HanCinema's Image Gallery] "Bedevilled"

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  • [HanCinema's Afterwords] KOFIC Podcast Review - Special Episode

    In this Episode: Korean Cinema in 2013…  KOFIC recently launched "Korean Cinema Today", a bimonthly podcast that's all about the wonderful world of Korean cinema. Hosted by Pierce Conran, the show features the latest Korean cinema news, features, discussions, and interviews with special guests from the industry. In this special episode, Pierce has Darcy Paquet in studio to talk about the past year's big features, their top 5 films of the year, industry trends, as well as mention some of the big period films coming our way in 2014. "Korean Cinema Today" is only four episodes in, and so while they are still finding their feet, the show is shaping up to be another fantastic new initiative by KOFIC. The show is hosted by Pierce Conran (editor of Modern Korean Cinema, Twitch Korean film correspondent, and writer for the Korean Film Council) and thus far he has already had interviews with Kwak Gyeong-taek ("Friend 2"), Lee Cheol-ha ("Hello Orchestra"), and has Darcy Paquet (one of Korea's leading and dedicated film critics) on the show to talk about 2003 (a landmark year for Korean cinema). In this special episode Darcy joins Pierce once again to discuss the incredible year that was 2013,...More
  • [HanCinema's Hall of Fame Review] "Secretly and Greatly": Dreamy agents and their rude awakening

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  • [HanCinema's Image Gallery] "Secretly and Greatly"

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  • [HanCinema's Film Talk] "Bedevilled" @ 24fps

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  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2013.06.14 - 2013.06.16

    Jang Cheol-soo's second directorial effort "Secretly and Greatly" managed to just outplay "The Man of Steel" for another impressive weekend at the top. The action comedy added a little over a million admissions to bring its total count to 5.2M. That makes it the third highest grossing Korean film of the year behind "The Berlin File" (7.1M) and "Miracle in Cell No. 7" (12.8M). Starring Kim Soo-hyun as the sleeper cell agent Ryoo-hwan, "Secretly and Greatly" tells the tale of three North Korean spies adapting to South Korean life, but things get a little interesting when word comes down that they are to committed suicide. Jang Cheol-soo was the man behind the 2009 psychological thriller "Bedevilled" and has worked on a number of Kim Ki-duk's films since 2002. "Secretly and Greatly" marks an interesting turn of genre for this exciting Korean director and has been attracting a lot of attention in Korea since its release earlier in the month,...More
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  • Cinemart selects JANG Cheol-soo's Service for People

    2011/12/26, Source
    The Rotterdam film festival's co-production market CineMart has selected Korean director Jang Cheol-soo's "Service for People" (인민을 위해 복무하라) project for its upcoming 29th edition. CineMart ultimately chose a total of 36 projects from 465 entries. The finalists will be presented to 850 potential co-financiers, Jan. 29 – Feb 1. Director Jang Cheol-soo made his feature debut with the much-lauded thriller "Bedevilled" in 2010 at the Cannes Film Festival's Critics' Week. The film won the Puchon Choice Award at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) as well as the Audience Award and the Best Actress Award at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas,...More
  • Seo Young-hee is now family with Yoon Sang-hyun, Ryu Hyun-kyung, Yoon Se-ah

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Bedevilled"

    2011/09/17, Source
    Subtlety is a foreign concept to "Bedevilled", dealing more with superlative than finesse. Not to say that's entirely a shame - in fact, it's more strategic than anything else. The audience is manipulated upon entering the cinema, expecting a revenge thriller or typical horror and instead being emotionally thrashed by confronting horror and cruelty that doesn't at all follow the entertaining hack and slash disposable violence and cathartic resolution of the horror genre. Our main character, Hae Won, is a morally obtuse city slicker whose pathos indirectly hurts those around her, whether it be refusing to help a woman being beaten or putting clerical procedure over a person's livelihood. That same lethargy deals its damage to her childhood friend, Kim Bok-Nam, when she visits the island of her upbringing,...More
  • Kim Suk-hoon and Seo Young-hee in movie "Sound City"

    2011/08/31, Source
    Actor Kim Suk-hoon and actress Seo Young-hee are co-acting in the movie "Sound City". The two will be co-acting in director Kim Moon-heum's low budget movie "Sound City" for the first time.,...More
  • Actress Seo Young-hee Takes Center Stage After Decade on Sidelines

    2011/08/27, Source
    Twelve years after the debut of actress Seo Young-hee (31), her career finally took off last year when she won a raft of awards for her leading role in the movie "Bedevilled", despite its disturbing plotline about the abuse and exploitation of women. Now Seo, who used to only be considered suitable for supporting roles in films like "The Chaser" (2007) and TV dramas such as "Queen Seon-deok", has captured the lead in the MBC weekend TV drama "A Thousand Kisses", which focuses on two sisters and their relationships,...More
  • KOFFIA 2011 Film Line-up announced!

    2011/07/27, Source
    KOFFIA 2011 is coming! HOLD ON TIGHT! For immediate release The KOFFIA Korean Film Festival is back in Sydney for the second time this August, bigger and better than ever, and it all begins here! KOFFIA 2011 will present 13 feature films and 7 shorts that showcase the great diversity of Korean cinema today, as well as providing a true Korean cultural experience with industry forums, cultural performances, food tastings and so much more. HOLD ON TIGHT! The festival will take place from 24th – 29th August at Dendy Cinemas in Circular Quay, Sydney. In this Australia-Korea Year of Friendship, we are very excited to announce that KOFFIA will also travel down to the beautiful city of Melbourne! The festival will run from 10th – 13th September at ACMI Cinemas, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square, Melbourne. This is an extra special date, as 12th September marks the important Korean Thanksgiving Holiday of Chuseok, join us in this celebration,...More
  • Mexico's Guanajuato International Film Festival to screen 76 Korean films

    2011/07/21, Source
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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] Revenge: Korean Style!

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  • Director Kim Ki-duk, Yoon Kye-sang, Kim Gyu-ri "Poongsan" releasing in June

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  • 'Bedevilled' in Portugal - Director Jang Cheol-soo at Fantasporto

    2011/03/09, Source
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  • Korean films win a series of awards at the Fantasporto Film Festival

    2011/03/09, Source
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  • The 18th Korean Culture Entertainment Awards

    2010/12/16, Source
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  • "Secret Reunion" wins best picture at Blue Dragon awards

    2010/11/29, Source
    Poster for film "Secret Reunion" [Showbox] Korean film "Secret Reunion" starring top actors Song Kang-ho and Gang Dong-won took the prize for best picture at this year's Blue Dragon Film Awards held last Friday. The action drama helmed by director Jang Hoon had competed against "The Man From Nowhere", "Moss", "JEON WOO CHI : The Taoist Wizard" and "The Housemaid - 2010",...More
  • "The Man From Nowhere" sweeps Korea Film Awards

    2010/11/19, Source
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  • Won Bin won Best Actor Award in Korea Film Awards... 'The Man From Nowhere' won 7 awards

    2010/11/18, Source
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  • Will Yoon Eun-hye come back to the screens after a 4-year gap? She was approached for the main role in 'My Black Mini Dress'

    2010/11/02, Source
    Actress Yoon Eun-hye might get the main role in upcoming movie, 'My Black Mini Dress'. 'My Black Mini Dress' is based on the novel with the same name, which was nominated for the finals of the 5th International Literary Award and is about women's reality in their 20's through the 24 year-old character Yoo-min.,...More
  • 'Poetry' sweeps 47th Daejong Film Awards

    2010/10/31, Source
    By Lee Hyo-won

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  • Won Bin won his first Daejong Best Actor Award... He said, "Acting skill is still my concern"

    2010/10/30, Source
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  • Gang Dong-won or Won Bin? Who will win this year's Daejong Award?

    2010/10/28, Source
    Who will get Daejong Best Actor Award, Gang Dong-won or Won Bin? The 47th Daejong Awards will be held on the 29th in Kyeong-hee University's Hall of Peace. On that day's awards event, 'Bedevilled', "The Servant", 'Barefoot Dream', "Poetry", 'I Saw the Devil', 'The Man From Nowhere', "Secret Reunion", "Moss", "Harmony", and "The Housemaid - 2010" will complete against each other.,...More
  • "Troubleshooter" knocks out "The Man From Nowhere"

    2010/09/12, Source
    Korean action film "Troubleshooter" [Next Entertainment World] Korean action movie tentatively titled "Troubleshooter" took the No. 1 spot on the local box office over the weekend, pushing down five-week winner "The Man From Nowhere" to third place during the third week of September. According to the Korean Box Office System (KOBIS) on Monday, "Troubleshooter", which opened in local theaters on September 9, came in first place, attracting,...More
  • "The Man From Nowhere" continues to shine as No. 1

    2010/09/05, Source
    Korean actor Won Bin and child actress Kim Sae-ron from a clip from "The Man From Nowhere" [CJ Entertainment] Korean thriller "The Man From Nowhwere", starring Hallyu star Won Bin and child actress Kim Sae-ron, has outshined competition on the local box office once again for the fifth consecutive week. According to the Korean Box Office System (KOBIS) on Monday, "Man", about a reclusive former special agent who befriends a young girl next door, attracted,...More
  • Movie 'The Man From Nowhere' Ranks Atop Ticket Sales

    2010/09/03, Source
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  • The 4th CinDi Wraps up
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    The 4th Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival, known as CinDi, wrapped up August 23 with an awards ceremony that saw its top prize, the Red Chameleon Award going to Chinese director Li Hongqi's Winter Vacation, an honor worth $16,700 in cash.

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  • "Bedevilled" Release Date Set

    2010/08/17, Source
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  • [ChanMi's star news] "Bedevilled" to be released in September

    2010/08/13, Source
    The bloody revenge story about Kim Bokbam's Murder Case will be released this September 2nd. "Bedevilled" was presneted at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival. This 14th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival Production Award, Female Actress Award, and Fuji Film Award has been given to this "Kim Boknam" film. In the movie, the peaceful isl,...More
  • Plunge into future at digital film fest

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    By Lee Hyo-won

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  • New Korean features at PiFan
    2010/07/29, Source
    This year the Puchon International Fanastic Film Festival (PiFan) presented a wide range of new Korean features including violent rural drama "Bedevilled" by Jang Cheol-soo, which,...More
  • 'Bedevilled' to screen at Austin Fantastic Fest

    2010/07/29, Source
    "Bedevilled", helmed by Kim Ki-duk's former assistant director,...More
  • PiFan wraps up ride of "Love, Fantasy and Adventure"

    2010/07/28, Source
    Korean director Jang Cheol-soo gives his acceptance speech after winning the prize for Puchon Choice Feature, equivalent of best feature picture, for "Bedevilled" at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festiva's closing ceremony on July 23, 2010. [PiFan] The 14th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) wrapped up over the weekend after a closing ceremony on Friday followed by two additional days of post-screening for special and encore runs of the fest's award-winning films. Although this year's PiFan was the first run by newly appointed Festival Director Kim Young-bin, the 11-day fest held under the theme of "Love, Fantasy and Adventure" was received favorably for its wide variety of services for the audience and stable operation,...More
  • PIFan unveils 2010 lineup
    2010/06/21, Source
    The 14th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) has announced a line-up of 193 films from 42 countries for its summer run July 15 25 in Bucheon City, west of Seoul. Among 34 world premieres is opening film The Experiment, starring Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker, a US psychological,...More
  • Korean Movie Poetry Wins Best Screenplay Award at Cannes Film Festival

    2010/05/26, Source
    Two Korean films were awarded at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival (May 17 to 23) this year: director Lee Chang-dong's,...More
  • Seo Young-hee invited to Cannes film fest

    2010/04/20, Source
    Korean actress Seo Young-hee Korean actress Seo Young-hee has been invited to the 63rd Cannes Film Festival next month for her latest film "Bedevilled", according to the film's production company Pilma Pictures. Pilma Pictures announced in a press release on Monday that the actress, who recently starred in the thriller pic, will be attending the event as the film will be shown in the Critics' Week section. In "Bedevilled", about seven people getting brutally murdered on a small island, Seo plays an innocent woman who, affected by the murders, changes into a cruel person,...More
  • KOFIC announces recipients of HD production support
    2008/11/13, Source
    The Korean Film Council has selected five feature films to receive support under the 2008 HD Film Production Support Program.

    Each film, to be shot in HD format, will receive 300 million won (~$230,000) to help offset production costs. Only those features with a production budget of less than on,...

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 Produced by
 Song Ki-yoon (송기윤)
 Choi Kwan-yeong (최관영)
 Production department
 Lim Kyeong-taek (임경택)
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115 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
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Airing dates : 2010/09/02
South Korean Box Office
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As of 2010.10.10 : 160,838 admissions (total)
As of 2010.10.03 : 157,979 admissions (total)
As of 2010.09.26 : 155,194 admissions (total)
As of 2010.09.19 : 147,418 admissions (total)
As of 2010.09.12 : 124,551 admissions (total)
As of 2010.09.05 : 40,975 admissions (total)

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