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Cast revealed for the Korean remake of “Marrowbone” (exclusive)

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Source: TIFF

‘Marrowbone’ (2017)

A Korean adaptation of psychological thriller Marrowbone is in production and being introduced to buyers at the EFM by K-Movie Entertainment.

The Secret House (working title) is based on the 2017 English-language Spanish film by Sergio G. Sanchez, which starred Anya Taylor-Joy, George MacKay, Charlie Heaton and Mia Goth, and premiered at Toronto. Sanchez is also well-known for writing J.A. Bayona’s The Orphanage and The Impossible.

The Korean version will mark the second feature of director Park Sang-min, whose satirical comedy I Haven’t Done Anything played New York Asian Film Festival and Tallinn in 2022.

The cast is led by Lee Hong-nae (Count, Hot Blooded) and also includes Vivian Sung and Yoo Seon-ho (Good Job, Netflix’s Under The Queen’s Umbrella). Taiwanese actress Sung is known for Gidden Ko’s 2021 hit Till We Meet Again and Miss Shampoo.

The story follows a young man (Lee) who flees to Taiwan with his siblings and mother after their serial killer father is imprisoned. Sung plays a local girl who dreams of a new start. But tragedy strikes when his mother dies, followed by the return of his father. The film is produced by K-Movie Entertainment which also handles sales. Other titles on the EFM slate include the Thai action horror

Operation Undead

which is K-Movie’s first non-Korean release, and the action square The roundup: Punishment which will be a Berlinale Special Gala.

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