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[Photos] Three character posters released for "The End of April"

2017/09/01 | 326 views | Permalink | Source

While I don't know much about "The End of April" other than it was at the 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival and that its a horror thriller, what I do know is that the promo material up until now has painted a dark, terse, picture of the 120 minutes of screentime. With Park Ji-soo, Jang So-yeon, and Lee Bit-na in the cast, a bit of anticipation builds within me even if I'm a little chicken when it comes to horror and thrillers. And this is most certainly a film that fits into those molds with strange neighbors, murders, and an old apartment sketched out in the premise. Luckily for my poor heart, these character posters aren't too creepy.

-Yours, Lisa, a managing editor who might need some moral support to watch this film

"The End of April" (2016)

Directed by Kim Kwang-bok

With Park Ji-soo, Lee Bit-na, Jang So-yeon, Hong Wan-pyo, Lee Hyeok-I,...

Synopsis
Hyeon-jin, a test taker, moves into an old apartment. There are strange sounds from next door where a strange boy named Hyeong-goo lives. One day, Hyeong-goo and his mother are cruelly murdered.

Festival
21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival - upcoming Korean Fantastic: Features

Release date in Korea : 2017/09/14

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