Tell Me Something

Synopsis: In Seoul, parts not matching of severed copses of three men are found in cars and bags left in public spaces. Detective Cho, who is under investigation of the Internal Affairs, is assigned to lead the investigation with his team. When the identities of the men are discovered, the police finds that the artist Su-Yeon Chae, who lives with her friend Seungmin Oh, had been lover of the men. Detective Cho and his force protect Su-Yeon and follows the leads based one the information she tells, while the killer executes other victims. However, Cho discloses very dark secrets in the end, finding the real motives of the murderer.
Director(s): Yun-hyeon Jang
Production: Kino International Corp.
 
IMDB:
6.6
Metacritic:
61
Rotten Tomatoes:
42%
R
Year:
1999
118 min
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Produced by Koo & C Film

Funded by Cinema Service & | Kookmin Venture Capital

Tell Me Something

Produced by Bon-han Koo, Youn-hyun Chang

Suk-kyu Han, Eun-ha Shim

Hang-sun Chang, Jung-ah Yum

Executive Producer: Gwi-duk Choi

Cinematography:
Sung-bok Kim

Art:
Ku-ho Chung

Editing:
Sang-bum Kim

Music:
Young-ook Cho

Screenplay:
Youn-hyun Chang

Directed by:
Youn-hyun Chang

Alright, let's start again.

You really didn't know Park was paying | the hospital bills?

No.

Then how were they paid?

Your mother was in hospital over a year.

l told you before.

Come on. How could you pay 10 million won a month?

Even if the payments were overdue.

You had to be relying on someone!

Then, why would Park pay a 85 million won bill | for a detective.

Who was trying to arrest him?

l don't know.

Excuse me.

Already back on a case?

You should take it easy.

But getting results now would get you off the hook

Then why did he fall? | My brother didn't steal.

Your brother, the thief?

He never did stuff like that.

This time even the police can't do anything.

Want me to get you a witness?

Pleading ignorance that Park was paying your bills

That just won't cut it.

You motherfucker.

lf you took the money...

l'll cut you myself bastard!

Sir, people are watching.

What's with you?

Why's he fucking showing up so soon?

That's enough.

Sir, something's up. The chief is here.

What's going on?

Get to work.

Detective Cho!

Looks a couple days old.

Who reported it?

A truck driver found it.

ldentification?

Nothing to go by. No arms, no fingerprints.

Great, an autopsy in the middle of the night.

The medical examiner is here.

Hello, Professor Gu.

What are you doing?

lsolate the scene!

No wonder they call you pigs.

Set up a police line before | you start fucking around.

OK, sorry. | Here.

lt caught on camera speeding.

Take care of it. | Yes, sir.

Don't just screw me around like last time, either.

Alright, l'll take care of it.

Professor.

Detective Cho, did the funeral go well? | Yes.

Must've been tough all alone.

Let's see what we've got here.

l.D. team! l.D. team.

These two legs don't belong to this body.

Then there's another victim? | Yes.

The criminal knows about anatomy and dissection.

A perfect six-part amputation.

Looks like surgical tools were used.

Anesthesia, too.

This technique is better than any quack doctor.

Cause of death?

Massive blood loss.

The victim was unconscious but alive | when they amputated

Any other injuries?

The ankles were tied up, but he didn't struggle mu

lt looks the same as the bridge killing. An intenti

lmpressive way to show corpses.

Proceed with it discreetly.

Set up your own team and work in secret.

The longer you take, the harder it'll be to crack.

ls this redemption?

lt'll be a tough case to crack.

There will be compensation if you do.

Shut up!

You thought we'd be setting up in a hotel?

Get to work.

What about the VCR?

Yes sir, it's almost ready.

Tell daddy the truth, did you smoke today or not?

That's my girl!

Go straight home after school or l'll send out the

Where should we start anyway?

Thanks for the peanuts.

Would you like some coffee?

Sugar?

The button is from the little kid who died.

lt's still bothering you, isn't it?

lt keeps making me think.

About what?

About the past.

Don't dwell on your mother.

l still don't know if l did the right thing.

You probably didn't want to send her off like that

But a decision had to be made.

The two arms belong to the victim | from under the bridge.

But this time the heart is missing.

Any fingerprints?

Of course not. They were cut off.

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