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Blake Van Poucke’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Lee Chang-dong created the most eloquently shot thriller of all-time with "Burning." It's subtlely at it's finest, and does a great job insinuating about these characters and leaves the audience to decipher through context clues rather than outright showing. It's unique in this regard, and that's a good overall term used to describe this film. Different from any other thriller that I've seen and one that stuck with since I left the theater.