SCARLET INNOCENCE Preparing for February Release in Japan

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Directed by Hansel and Gretel (2007)’s YIM Pil-sung, Scarlet Innocence has set its date for the Japan release. Although its domestic box office records weren’t as successful, the film has been receiving positive criticism from international film festival scene. It had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, followed by Busan and Hawaii International Film Festivals. JUNG Woo-sung of The Good, The Bad, and The Weird (2008) and Cold Eyes (2013) takes the lead role of this rewritten folk tale, where JUNG plays the irresponsible father SHIM Hak-gyu. To take time away from rumors at school between him and a student, SHIM is sent to a remote town to teach and he finds Deok, an attractive young woman. They get involved despite the fact that SHIM has a family back in Seoul. Although for SHIM this is just a fling, it’s not that simple for Deok who slowly turns into a sexually obsessed monster, played by a new face E Som. As Japanese filmgoers ar

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SCARLET INNOCENCE Preparing for February Release in Japan

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