Thursday, September 20, 2012

Lady Vengence and the Representation of Violence in Films

Lady Vengeance (South Korea: Chan-Wook Park, 2005: 112 mins)

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Buruma, Ian. "Mr Vengeance." The New York Times (April 9, 2006)

Castillo, Elaine. "Last Words: Park Chan-wook, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance." Pank (December 3, 2010)

Castle, Robert. "Disturbing Movies or, the Flip Side of the Real: Disturbing movies shouldn't equivocate." Bright Lights Film Journal #44 (May 2004)

Ebert, Roger. "Evil in film: To what end?" Chicago Sun-Times (August 19, 2005)

Erickson, Steve. "Lady Vengeance and Its Critics." Undercurrent #2 (2006)

Grossman, Andrew. "Bleeding Realism Dry or How to Turn One's Back on a Tyrant: The cripplingly small-minded art of verisimilitude becomes crippled by its own technology." Bright Lights Film Journal #37 (August 2002)

Isaacs, Bruce. "Non-Linear Narrative." New Punk Cinema ed. Nicholas Rombes. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005: 126-138. (In BCTC library)

Kehr, Dave. "De-finger the Piano Player." The New York Times (October 30, 2005)

Kim, Se Young. "A Sociohistorical Contextual Analysis of the Use of Violence in Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy." (A thesis presented to the faculty of the College of Fine Arts of Ohio University: June 2010)

László, Tarnay. "On the Metaphysics of Screen Violence and Beyond." Apertura (2008)

"NYFF Review: Sympathy For Lady Vengeance>" Like Anna Karina's Sweater (September 30, 2005)

Radford, Kristina. "ENG 282 Response to Lady Vengeance." Dialogic (October 12, 2010)

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