Hae Wook works as a public officer at a district office and he is to marry his girlfriend Soo Kyung soon. His life is simple, but happy. Things soon change though, when his father and older sister fall victim to an illegal multi-level company and they face financial ruin. Hae-Wook goes to a victims' meeting, but there is nothing he can do. False news spreads that Joo, the CEO of the multi-level company, has died, so Hae-Wook goes to Vietnam to find him. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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"Biting Fly" is more powerful when it forces us to look at the real and human element of the victims of scams, the film provides an insight into how these financial scams destroy lives.
The highlight goes to the very good performance of Jung In Ki who had the fundamental duty to give the whole structure of the plot as the father of Kang Hae Wook, Kang Man Shik who only sells products to live does not really know anything about finance and ends up For relying on all who wear suits and appear to be cultured and honest people.
"Biting Fly" brings something interesting that is the human element that really inspires anger, it also gives the impression that bad guys like to think they are competent. But in fact they are simply thieves and liars who must hide in the mountains like homeless thugs because money matters more to them than basic human decency.
The central story is not emotional or fantastic. The director really manages the anger necessary to make us feel it, these crimes are terrible and the media in brief omit such acts. The closing caption, a reminder of those who have escaped justice, only serves as a reminder that we should always be vigilant, cautious, though it should be our rulers who should protect us.