A high school girl is brutally murdered. One of the seven men behind the girl’s murder gets abducted by some highly trained soldiers on his way home. He gets tortured and forced to write a confession to the murder, then gets released. Regretting that he had once believed himself to be invincible, the man suffers from the terrors that now dominate him. However, he later learns that other assailants to the murder case had also been abducted, tortured and even committed suici...more
A high school girl is brutally murdered. One of the seven men behind the girl’s murder gets abducted by some highly trained soldiers on his way home. He gets tortured and forced to write a confession to the murder, then gets released. Regretting that he had once believed himself to be invincible, the man suffers from the terrors that now dominate him. However, he later learns that other assailants to the murder case had also been abducted, tortured and even committed suicide. Getting suspicious of the people who abducted him, the man tails the next victim and discovers their hideout. less
May 22, 2014
Number of Screens : 53
Total Admissions : 10,142
Total Gross : $58,965
As of Mar 04, 2024
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Awards and Invitation
Florence Korea Film Fest (2015) - Orizzonti Coreani
Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival (2015) - Special Invitation
Fantas Porto - Oporto International Film Festival (2015) - Director's Week Competition/Orient Express Competition
Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (2014) - Master Class
TOKYO FILMeX (2014) - Special Screenings
Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival (2014) - World Panorama
International Film Festival of Kerala (2014) - World Cinema
Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star (2014) - World Cinema
SITGES – International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia (2014) - Noves Visions - Ficció
Busan International Film Festival : BIFF (2014) - Korean Cinema Today-Panorama
Singapore International Film Festival (2014) - Asian Vision