Kyung-Min’s business is failing and he’s just murdered his wife. On top of that, he can’t stop thinking about his middle school days, back when he was one of the lowly, bullied “pigs.” His old school friend, Jong-Suk, agrees to meet, and each man tells the other polite lies about their wrecked lives. But both of them have one thing on their minds: their old class comrade Chul-Yi, the quiet, deadly boy in the hoodie who fought back against their aggressors and became, for one blazing moment in time, The King of Pigs.
An intensely brutal, not-to-be-missed masterpiece, The King of Pigs was named as one of the top Asian films of 2012 at Wildgrounds. Click here to read about it and their picks of the other top (and flop) films of the year.