“The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion” is a gripping tale that will leave you shocked and intrigued. Here is our review of the Korean movie “The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion!”
At the beginning of this mysterious film, there is a research facility that holds kids, much similar to the dystopian movie, “Divergent.” A girl by the name of Ja-Yoon, also known as Kim Da-mi, is trying to escape the facility. Ten years later, she is living on a farm with two strangers who use to be parents. Living a normal life for a teenage girl, a friend encourages Ja-Yoon to try out for a singing competition and undoubtedly becomes a star. But her appearance on television provides a gateway into her dark past.
“The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion” Review:
Drenched in a haunting past, Ja-Yoon makes every means necessary to eliminate the threats from her past that have re-appeared in her life. Furthermore, she uses her unique powers to keep the people close to her from being killed.
“The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion” provides a glimpse into a world where experimentation on artificial intelligence goes wrong. However, the Korean movie seemed to fly by as the plot led us on a memorable rollercoaster ride. One of the characters that played a pivotal role as Ja-Yoon’s enemy was Choi Woo-Shik who gave us a creepy vibe. But he is a pro when it comes to acting out strange characters, like in the movies, “Parasite” and “Train to Busan.”
We hoped you enjoyed reading our review of this action-filled mystery movie! You can find this Korean movie on Netflix! Make sure to read more Korean entertainment at sarahscoop.com!