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Bring Me Home

Dec 03, 2019
  • Writerby Pierce Conran
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2019 | 107 MIN | Thriller
DIRECTOR KIM Seung-woo
CAST LEE Young-ae, YU Jae-myung, LEE Won-geun, PARK Hae-joon
RELEASE DATE November 27, 2019
CONTACT Finecut
Tel +82 2 569 8777 
Fax +82 2 569 6662 

Local superstar LEE Young-ae, known for Korean classics such as Joint Security Area /JSA (2000) and One Fine Spring Day (2001), made a long-awaited return to the big screen last weekend, 14 years after playing the titular character in PARK Chan-wook’s Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005). Her comeback film is Bring Me Home, a thriller about a determined mother’s search for her missing child. The film is the debut of director KIM Seung-woo and had its world premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Six years ago, Jung-yeon’s (LEE Young-ae) son, who suffers from a mental disability, went missing. Ever since, she and her husband (PARK Hae-joon) have done their utmost to try to track him down. With hope dwindling each day, her search takes a new turn when she received a mysterious tip that a boy resembling her son may have been spotted at an out-of-the-way fishing community in the countryside. A family of criminals protected by the local police chief Gyeong-chang (YU Jae-myeong) spend their days conning tourists while a few young boys perform the group’s menial tasks. When Jung-yeon arrives she is met with nothing less than hostility, but something pushes her to stay there.
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