12 Nov 2014 | 2 years ago | From: Beyond Hollywood | Clicks: 1,095
The works of Japanese novelist Higashino Keigo have proved almost as popular in Korea as they have at home, with recent films “White Night” and “Perfect Number” both having been adapted from his works. “Broken” follows in this trend, based upon his book “The Hovering Blade”, which already made it to Japanese screens back in 2009, a dark psychological revenge drama directed by Lee Jeong Ho, his first outing since his 2010 debut “Best Seller”. Award-winning actor Jung Jae Young (“The Fatal Encounter”) stars as factory worker Lee Sang Hun, a widowed father whose wife died of cancer and who lives for his 15 year old daughter Soo Jin (Lee Soo Bin). One day his world falls apart when she is snatched from the street by unknown assailants and raped and murdered, her body dumped in a filthy abandoned bathhouse. With the police failing to solve the case or even find any clues, Lee spends his days waiting at the [...]


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