Saturday, May 26, 2012

Blind (korean movie)

A missing person case involving a female university student and the victim in a hit and run case appears to be related. Detectives look for a witness.
Into the police office walks Min Soo-Ah (Kim Ha-Neul). She used to be a promising cadet at the police academy, but after a horrific car accident which killed her brother, Soo-Ah's police career ended. Min Soo-Ah also lost her eyesight in the car accident. Min Soo-Ah reveals to Detective Jo (Jo Hie-Bong) at the police station that on the night of the hit and run case she was picked up by a taxi cab driver. Soo-Ah believes the taxi driver may be the perpetrator of the crimes. Initially, Detective Jo doesn't take Soo-Ah's claims seriously because she is blind, but when Soo-Ah displays her acute senses the detective starts to believe her.
Detective Jo and Min Soo-Ah then work together to find the taxi cab driver, but all their leads turn up empty. Then another witness comes forward Kwon Ki-Sub (Yoo Seung-Ho). Kwon Ki-Sub is a motorcycle delivery boy who claims to have also witness the hit and run incident. Kwon Ki-Sub also emphatically states that the car in question was not a taxi cab, but rather an imported sedan.
Meanwhile, Min Soo-Ah finds herself being stalked by a mysterious man ...

AMAZING!!! this movie was simply amazing with a capital OMG! man this movie really gripped me from the beginning, god, it made me tear up, and it was so intense my heart was literally bursting apart as if i had been running the 100m dash.
it was so tragic at some moments and touching at others, i could feel guilt, fear, sadness and all the emotions brought out by the cast who were wonderful. the scenes were unexpected at times making me go, what? he did tht seriously???
i will definitely recommend this movie that will definitely stir your heart. our blind lady, our rebellious boy, and our detective who always seems to get the flop jobs, hehehe this is definitely a good watch. i watched it all on epdrama, complete with english subtitles.