2019   South Korea Bring Me Home
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Director:Seung-woo Kim
Studio:26 Company
Writer:Seung-woo Kim
IMDb Rating:6.3 (385 votes)
Awards:1 win & 3 nominations
Genre:Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Duration:108 min
Seung-woo Kim  ...  (Director)
Seung-woo Kim  ...  (Writer)
Yeong-ae Lee  ...  Jung-Yeon
Hae-Jin Yoo  ...  Elder Kang
Hae-Joon Park  ...  Myeong-Guk
Jin-hee Baek  ...  In-Sook
Ae-ri Jung  ...  Old Mrs. Song
Won-geun Lee  ...  Seung-Hyeon
Hyun-woo Seo  ...  Constable Kim
Yoo Jae-Myung  ...  Police corporal Hong
Comments: I'm always suspicious of films that start by showing the end.

Six years after losing her a child a woman gets a call from a good cop who thinks he may have found her kid. But she's off taking a piss so someone else, conveniently a relative, answers her phone. The relative, who we met 10 seconds ago, is so hard up for cash he doesn't tell her the news and instead partners with a third party to get the reward money she's offered.

Just throw that in there. A movie with a plot point like that is a movie that probably started by showing the end.

This is really bad SK shit. Bad like Bedevilled. Un-creative, Kim ki-duk wannabe shit. The long fight at the end between the lady of vengeance and the cop is idiotic. Not in a good way.

Summary: Six years after her son went missing, dedicated mother Jung-Yeon still hasn't lost hope - even after her husband's shocking accident while rushing to follow up on a potential sighting. Although she's in mourning, drowned in despair for her losses, she doesn't give up. Just when everything feels like it's in vain, she hears about a young boy living in a fishing community outside the city who seems to resemble her lost son. Facing strange surroundings and corrupt cops covering up child abuse, Jung-yeon may not be able to handle all the obstacles in her way, let alone fend for herself.

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