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Park Chan-wook | Chan-uk Park | Chan-wuk Park
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Basically, I'm throwing out the question 'When is such violence justified?' To get that question to touch the audience physically and directly - that's what my goal is. In the experience of watching my film, I don't want the viewer to stop at the mental or the intellectual. I want them to feel my work physically. And because that is one of my goals, the title 'exploitative' will probably follow ...
His films "Sympathy for Mr Vengeance", "Oldboy", and "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" are widely known as the "Vengeance Trilogy".
Frequently uses short, surreal fantasy sequences in which a deceased character will interact with a living one in the film's present (or vice versa).