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  No Jeeves and Wooster in sick Korean shocker!
  You can now check out an online trailer for Chan Wook-Park’s already infamous Old Boy. Old Boy is the story of an ordinary Seoul businessman who, after a drunken night on the town, finds himself locked in a strange, private prison for 15 years. Three square meals and a TV to boot - all at the taxpayers’ expense (not really - don’t start writing to Kilroy just yet!). But he’s also been framed for the murder of his wife and kid to boot - his captor has even stolen some of his blood to deposit at the crime scene! Needless to say, when he’s finally set free, as mysteriously as he was caught, he sets out to discover just who has locked him up and why.

Like I say, Old Boy - released here in the UK in February, has already been whipping up equal amounts of excitement and controversy, and will see its US theatrical release on 25th March, so check out the trailer here, and read our review here.

  Wayne Southworth [10 Mar 2005 at 15:11]

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