The moody, haunting first film of a trilogy that winds its way through a labyrinth of police corruption and mysterious murders, Red Riding: 1974 immerses the audience in an investigation by Eddie Dunford, a newspaper crime correspondent. While reporting on the disappearance of a young Yorkshire girl, Dunford stumbles into a sordid world of graft and brutality presided over by the local police. From the director of Becoming Jane.
Hye-ja is a single mom to her naïve and dependent adult son, Do-joon. When a young girl is found dead, Do-joon is accused of murder. With an inefficient lawyer and an apathetic police force as her only allies, Hye-ja is forced to take justice into her own hands. Part thriller, part family drama, Bong Joon-Ho’s (The Host, Memories of Murder) latest is South Korea’s entry for the best foreign-language Oscar®.
Korean with subtitles, 128 minutes
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