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The story itself is a tight script that has the viewer on edge throughout its runtime. The mysterious teenage boy played by Yoo Seung-Ho comes along and purports to have seen the killer and the car he was driving. I think fans of Korean thrillers in general will really enjoy "Blind" and fans of Kim Ha-Neul's past films will walk away impressed by seeing this other side of her acting talents.
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Then I came back to reality....it's only a movie, nevertheless, he got what he deserved in the end. this film is somehow like "Wait Until Dark" led by Audrey Hepburn. A classic thriller and very well portrayed, directed, scripted and excellent camera work. I've been a huge fan of Kim Ha-Neul since watching "Too Beautiful to Lie" many years ago, so I'm already a bit biased in favor of the movie and as expected I really enjoyed the movie!
I was so happy at how it all ended, eventhough, it was an on the edge of my seat ride. I thoroughly enjoyed this and was very moved by the scene with the dog and the elevator. "Blind" lives and dies with Kim Ha-Neul's performance and she really delivers.
Yoo Seung Ho is such an awesome talent, looking forward to when he is released from his military service end of next year. I don't want to forget the detective (Jo Hee Bong) wow, oh my goodness, I love this man..saw him in Good Doctor....again, wow, wow, wow...great acting. I look forward to seeing all of the actor(s) and actresses that took part in this movie in other works. Korean cinema has become a mature, refined and capable vehicle. I will confess that the lead actress, Kim Ha-Neul, is a breath taking beautiful woman. Normally known for cute / wholesome characters, Kim Ha-Neul plays a strong blind woman in the movie and she does it well.
Good luck in life and in career entire cast, directors and staff. It didn't take long before I didn't think of the person on the screen as actress Kim Ha-Neul, but the blind woman named Ji-Eun. Is there an ulterior motive behind the teenage boy's statement? The movie climaxes with a showdown between Ji-Eun and the killer. Similar to the impressive performance Soo-Ae gave in "Midnight FM," Kim Ha-Neul gives an equally powerful performance here.