Dir: Park Chan-wook | South Korea | 2016 | 156 mins | subtitles
Set in Japanese occupied Korea during the 1930s, Sook-Hee is hired as a handmaiden to Lady Hideko, a rich, young Japanese heiress, but Sook-Hee is part of a plan to help a Korean con-man seduce Lady Hideko and steal her fortune. All seems to be going to plan until Sook-Hee and Lady Hideko find unexpected emotions towards each other.
Inspired by the novel The Fingersmith by British author Sarah Waters, the Korean erotic, mystery, crime drama takes twists and turns from the visionary director of Old-Boy, Lady Vengeance and Stoker.
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