FILM THREAT: Review - 'Killed My Wife'
September 11, 2020
Even though the plot is predictable, the characters are so engaging and realistic that such a thing is a minor issue. Ha-ra, who made many commercials before helming this thriller, is a solid craftsman, ensuring each scene is brimming with tension and intrigue. The film’s wintery setting with snow, city lights, and seedy bars, becomes a character, perfectly capturing the story’s isolation and darkness. The camera work is so vibrant that for all the ugliness and deception depicted, Killed My Wife is a gorgeous movie with stunning lighting and a daunting, oppressive atmosphere (in a good way).