When a devil, which can morph into a human being, invades Kang-gu’s family and creates doubt and suspicion among them, his brother Joong-su, who is a pastor, must come to their aid. But he’s reluctant to do so because of his failed exorcism in the past, which resulted in the death of a young girl. He has little choice to perform one last exorcism for the sake of his family.
Kim Hong-sun (South Korea, 1969) received an MFA degree from the Tisch School of Film & Television of New York University. Starting his career in television, he worked as an assistant director on many prominent shows, such as 90 Days, Time to Love (2006), Working Mom (2008), Style (2009) and Dae Mul (2010). He graduated to both the director’s chair and features with 2012’s gritty organ dealing thriller Traffickers. A solid performer at the box office, Traffickers also earned him the Best New Director Award at the Blue Dragon Film Awards. He followed it up with the equally successful Kim Woo-bin-led crime caper The Con Artists in 2014.
Boolkkotnoli (serie tv/tv series, 2006), Gong-mo-ja-deul (2012), Liar Game (serie tv/tv series, 2014), Ki-sool-ja-deul (2014), Ban-deu-sui-jab-neun-da (2017), Byeonshin (2019).
Corea del Sud/South Korea, 2019, 113’, col.
Kim Hyang-ji, Kim Hong-sun
Yoon Ju-hwan, Kim Jae-sung
Lee Seung-yup, Kim Young-rok
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Bae Sung-woo (Joong-su), Sung Dong-il (Kang-gu), Jang Young-nam, Kim Hye-joon, Kim Kang-hoon, Cho Lee-hyung
Gu Sung-mok, Hwang Sang-gil