Abandoned by his mother shortly after immigrating to America, Gon is raised by the mafia and grows up to become a cold-blooded hit-man. Though usually flawless in taking out his targets, Gon makes a terrible mistake of killing an innocent young girl. A flood of guilt takes over his life and the situation becomes worse when his boss assigns him the job of killing the young girl’s mother. Gon’s new target, Mogyeong, is a risk manager at an investment firm and has buried herself in work to bury her grief. She is completely unaware of her role at the heart of a dangerous conspiracy. Finally, she meets the man who wants to tell her the truth behind the death of her child.
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User Reviews: Why, oh why, do these South Korean filmmakers INSIST on having over-sentimental, crying, syrupy scenes in their otherwise nice and tense thrillers? I’d give this movie an 8, or even 9, if they exorcised those ridiculous bits which, to be, drags the film to an abysmal low.
That said, "No Tears for the Dead" is still a movie worth seeing if you’re into fast-paced thrillers with buckets of blood to spare. In that department, this film is spot on. It’s one of the goriest thrillers I’ve seen in a while, at least since "John Wick" anyway. I’m glad I did see this flick even though I have this nagging feeling that I might forget about it tomorrow. Yeah, it was kinda generic in its many kill scenes, and that’s probably why.