'Bluebeard (2017)' is the story of Dr. Seung-hoon, a divorced clinical doctor who is working in South Korea. When he sedates his elderly landlord during a medical procedure, the old man begins sub consciously confessing to murder. 'Bluebeard' features a lot of twists and turns in its story, but unfortunately, most of them are predictable and unoriginal. As a result of this, the film, unfortunately, was pretty boring and dull in my eyes.
One area where the 'Bluebeard' does shine though is with its performances. Cho Jin-woong, Kim Dae-myung, and Lee Chung-Ah who lead the majority of the film were excellent in their roles. Especially Cho Jin-woong, who plays the main character, Dr. Seung-hoon, he is a top notch actor and showed an extensive range of acting abilities in this role. One other area where the film particularly excelled was with its cinematography. The film is shot beautifully and makes incredible use of light and shadow.
While 'Bluebeard' is a beautifully shot and well-acted film, I just found myself bored by the story and the predictable twists and turns. I give 'Bluebeard' a 5 out of 10. 'Bluebeard' is available now on Digital HD & Blu-ray Combo Pack from Well Go USA Entertainment.