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[Photos] New Poster and Behind-the-Scenes Stills for "Nightscape"

2017/12/18 | Permalink | Source

Chilling new poster and a peek behind the camera for horror film, "Nightscape".

"Nightscape" (2017)

Directed by Oh In-chun

With Joo Min-ha, Jung Bo-reum, Jung Sung-hoon-I, Jung Seo-young,...

Synopsis
Based on the true event!

The motive is the horrific serial killing incident that actually happened!Serial killing incident is the motive for Nightscape which depicts the burglar and killing using taxi in Korea from 2004 to 2010.

The criminal selects the target for killing by asking questions to the customer riding thetaxi and engages in taxi business by carrying the dead body in the trunk. It is known as a weird and atrocious committed criminal action. The criminal was arrested in 2010, is in jail and serving a life sentence.

However, it is known as a mysterious incident in which a lot of questions as records of the criminal action or whereabouts remain unrevealed. Nightscape is a story about a city we live in. It talks about the two faces of a city in which a common night changes into a terror moment through the actual serial killing incident. It throws out a message on new media era journalism through the female journalist who chases the incident.

Release date in Korea : 2017/12/20

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