Bu-reo-jin hwa-sal (2011)

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Bu-reo-jin hwa-sal: Directed by Ji-yeong Jeong. With Sung-Ki Ahn, Park Won-Sang, Na Young-hee, Ji-ho Kim. Kim Kyung-ho is fired by his university after he questioned the validity of a math question in its entrance exam. Kim files a lawsuit against the university, but it is dismissed. Out of frustration he confronts the judge with a crossbow. Kim is arrested. He says that he did not shoot the judge but the judge insists he did.

“The movie is an inspiring story of a law-abiding conservative manu0026#39;s courageous fight against the tyranny of the judicial system of his country (South Korea). Some may see it as an idealization of a manu0026#39;s vice, but revolution always comes when such people stand against oppression.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movieu0026#39;s tagline, u0026quot;Law Abiding Accused vs Law Abusing Judgesu0026quot;, is quite apt. In a country where judges are not elected, and are appointed based on the results of a common law exam (regardless of formal education), thereu0026#39;s no participation of the public at all, even as a jury. Such a state makes it vulnerable to corruption and mistrust.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movieu0026#39;s lead character, Kim Kyung-Ho (actual, Myung-Ho), is defined quite well, and is portrayed brilliantly by Sung-kee Ahn. The remaining characters are interesting as well, and keep the story going.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThere isnu0026#39;t a single dull moment. Both the initial and the main cases are quite intriguing.”


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