Park’s “Revenge Trilogy”—a high watermark of early aughts South Korean cinema, each film a stylish standalone thriller united to the rest by the theme of retribution—is represented here with leadoff film Mr. Vengeance, the ruthless, bruising tale of a factory worker forced to find work in the black-market organ trade, and by the trilogy’s gruesome conclusion, Lady Vengeance, about a woman serving a prison sentence for a crime she didn’t commit, emerging from long captivity with payback on her mind. Filmmaking both elegant and ferocious in equal measure, these are howls of cinematic rage not soon to be forgotten.