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Daehakno-yeseo maechoon-hadaka tomaksalhae danghan yeogosaeng ajik Daehakno-ye Issda (2000)

A high-school girl who moonlights as a prostitute is revived as a killing machine after she is murdered by her teacher.

Director:

Gee-woong Nam

Writer:

Gee-woong Nam (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dae-tong Kim Dae-tong Kim ... Her teacher
So-yun Lee So-yun Lee ... Teenage hooker
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Storyline

Sci-fi horror and surreal black comedy conjoins the concepts of Frankenstein, Metropolis and Nikita in the bizarre exploits of a young schoolgirl who is brutally killed by her teacher. In the process of life and technology, they are both interwoven to reincarnate her into the ever-vengeful cyborg in a tragic woe of an ever-increasing killing spree. Written by Cinema_Fan

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Rebuilt robotically for revenge.

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Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

30 December 2000 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Killing Machine See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Fails at every aspect
25 July 2013 | by Johannes WestinSee all my reviews

First off, me like everyone else who watched this movie surely was aware that it's a budget production, and would not expect more than what it could've been. But this movie does not fall because of a non-existing budget, but because it's just a complete fail.

Why did I watch it? Well, the idea behind the movie is what made me interested, thinking it might be some sort of fusion between Machine Girl and the Guinea Pig series, hoping for a bold, unpolished, and raw story. Much to my disappointment it's not, and here's why: The acting is pathetic, even if it would be a middle school arts project, every single role is executed without heart or motivation. There's no excuse no matter how budget a movie is to allow such poor acting. The editing and filming is just as bad as the acting, where the movie appears to go for artistic and clever shots in order to intrigue the viewer (like many other budget movies), the reality is that it's just annoying and ruins any form flow in the movie, and does definitely not intrigue. The script is not any better; the story is as coherent as if a five year old would've written it. What else can be critiqued.. well everything but the music, and perhaps three minutes of total footage that was actually cleverly made.

All in all, this is by far one of the worst budget productions I've ever seen. It's an hour of your life - the only reason why I could even finish it - which does not seem like much, but you're better off watching an our of nyancat than spending your time on this.


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