Edgar Cochran’s review published on Letterboxd:
For those still applauding Zodiac (2007) and even The Silence of the Lambs (1991), there is a much more superior and challenging masterpiece from South Korea, thanks to the remarkable work of director Joon-ho Bong.
For those whose hope in great detective mystery films died with the 80s, Salinui chueok revives the genre with spectacular black humor twists. But above all, I widely applaud the ending, which is a remarkable and thought-provoking reflection about things that, for any reason that only God knows, are meant to be left either unexplained or disturbingly cleared only for the disturbed protagonist mind. You decide.