Memories of Murder
Friday, August 18 - Saturday, September 9, 2017
New digital restoration!
The masterful second film—and first big hit—from the director of Okja, Snowpiercer, and The Host is a suspenseful true-life crime story that’s at once darkly comic and deeply unsettling. In 1986, small-town cops stumble onto a murder, but as the bodies pile up, they realize they’re facing Korea’s first serial killer. A big-shot detective from Seoul is called in to help, but it’s quickly clear that even he’s out of his league.
- Country South Korea
- Language In Korean with English subtitles
- Rating NR
- Year 2003
- Running Time 132 minutes
- Website http://www.cj-entertainment.com/
- Director Bong Joon-Ho
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