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  1. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Burning

    I like the way the tension builds as Jong-su figures things out. The cat is not invisible after all. Yuen's role has to done carefully in order not to say too much, and still have the arrogance of thinking he's smarter than everyone else.

  2. Pancho Legaspi's rating of the film Burning

    filled with glimpses of what could've been an otherwise artsy love movie, it failed to keep the mystery for long enough until it became predictable. however its predominant aesthetics make up for the lousy storytelling. Recommended but wouldn't award it at cannes –which did happen–.

  3. NCMBianchi's rating of the film Burning

    Psychologically well written and with a slow - yet steady and always entertaining - pace that denotes the best kind of thrillers. And beneath this superficial portrayal of human sociopathy, there's a background made of broken people: why did they end up like this, what it implies, how this is hardly noticeable.

  4. case/y's rating of the film Burning

    had the feel of one of those dark norwegian criminal shows / and I can't get over the intense silences . . not a predictable story line at tall

  5. Carlos Pinto's rating of the film Burning

    Slow paced but engaging. It becomes a mistery that's better unresolved.

  6. Luluah's rating of the film Burning

    boring.. nothing to admire.

  7. nona vanis's rating of the film Burning

  8. film_lies101's rating of the film Burning

    Deserves the raves and loves it's gotten, a masterpiece

  9. michalk's rating of the film Burning

    So did he really kill Korean Gatsby or was it already his prose/fiction? Not that prior to the final scene he is finally being born as a writer, his imagination blossoms and it is (already powdered at this stage) Hae-mi who gives him a h-job this time. *club-song title/link would be much appreciated

  10. lynmdna's rating of the film Burning

    A slow burner at the very least; maybe requires a second viewing for comprehension or further speculation (that is, if you can stomach it). Seoul tower's reflection into the tiny apartment echoing Jong-soo's voyeurism is a nice detail. Otherwise, qualities of Murakami (manic pixie girl and cat, especially) overpower the filmmaking that I would say Burning is more effective as literature rather than a 2.5 hr film.

  11. hubertguillaud's rating of the film Burning

    Dense, incandescent, flamboyant, Burning parvient à créer une atmosphère à nulle autre pareille sur les errances de la jeunesse coréenne, à la fois poisseuse et aérienne. Tout ce dont on semblait assuré finit peu à peu par tourner à l'illusion... Nous ne serons sûrs de rien. Pas même de la réalité des personnages que nous avons vu passer sous nos yeux. Intense et calme jusqu'à flirter avec la grâce.

  12. St.Just's rating of the film Burning

  13. Rininta Irientantya's rating of the film Burning

  14. John Denny's rating of the film Burning

    A murder mystery without a murder. A ghost story without a ghost. A film where the images are a puzzle to be decoded, or you could just take it on face value. It's a maze. It's a laboratory. And if you don't get it at first don't worry, it's only Life imitating Art.. Something important has been removed from the story that you can't see. Something is on fire, maybe the whole world and the film, the film is Burning.

  15. I.Camera's rating of the film Burning

    A complex and inscrutable film, whose lack of easy resolution has led to some negative Mubi reviews (finding only an empty thriller). A conflagration slowly grows between a rural battler, an aloof, contemptuous Gatsby and a beautiful fantasist who yearns to move on from country origins (on borrowed credit and time). Metaphor confronts reality in a brilliant study of status anxiety, desire and physical destruction.

  16. Mehdi's rating of the film Burning

    3.5. Fairly predictable and yet so ambiguous. What made it special was the Neoliberal- and Neoconservative narrative, The North Korea and South Korea narrative and the class consciousness. Great Gatsby vs Faulkner.

  17. Oluseyi's rating of the film Burning

  18. Karl J. Kipling's rating of the film Burning

    3.5? I'd really have to see it again. There's a lot going on here, but I'm not sure it amounts to much. "Adapted from a Murakami Haruki story" is almost by definition doesn't-amount-to-much, but Lee tends to have more on his mind than Murakami, and I see that he's trying to analyze current Korean youth malaise a la L'avventura - but is closer on the artistic scale to Haneke's Hidden, a movie I don't much care for.

  19. Ernesto Sá's rating of the film Burning

  20. Nicole Richie's rating of the film Burning

    when after 90 minutes the narrative starts to be put into motion, i’m at a point where I can no longer stand its annoying protagonist.

  21. Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film Burning

    Slow-burn after reading: quasi-thriller where you’re never sure what’s going on, halfway between an elliptical GREAT GATSBY and a rarefied Hong Sangsoo dream. Mood and obsession alone are not enough to sustain length.

  22. josé neves's rating of the film Burning

    Indie Lisboa # 18. Nothing burns except the ending and at the end, when we are already bored with the standardization of language and characters, with the exception of Yoo Ah-In perfomance, always admirable in his permanent existential aphasia.

  23. Dries's rating of the film Burning

    No, non formulo giudizi. Lo accetto e basta,il fatto che aspettino di essere bruciate. E' come la pioggia. Piove. Il fiume si alza,esonda,e la gente viene spazzata via. La pioggia giudica? Non c'è giusto o sbagliato, solo la moralità della natura.

  24. Adam Metwally's rating of the film Burning

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