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Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash Blu-ray

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A great adaptation of a pretty good book

I was able to see Vengeance for the first time at the Kosmorama film festival in Trondheim, and when I saw the movie on blu-ray I had to buy it and show it to all my friends. The story follows Ajo Kawir, a young man who spends his days being a hot-headed tough guy who drinks beer, gets into fights, and nothing else. When he meets the beautiful and equally tough Iteung he decides to turn his life around so they can be happy together. However, escaping from a life of crime is not as easy as they had wished, and things can only spiral out of control as former lovers, spooky gang bosses and ghosts all compete to see who can make things the most worse. The movie is a truncated but quite easy to follow adaptation of Eka Kurniawan's novel, and I don't think you need to have read it to enjoy the movie immensely. Be warned that there are depictions and descriptions of sexual violence in the movie, including towards a child, in the strangely casual way Kurniawan tends to add to his otherwise delightful books. If you can stomach it or just turn away, this movie is groovy, funny, and a great way to spend an evening!

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