The Handmaiden (English subtitled) + short film Drama | Sold out

In the year in which Parasite conquered the world, we want to introduce you to another recent South Korean masterpiece: the visually sumptuous and erotic thriller The Handmaiden.

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With THE HANDMAIDEN, Park Chan-wook (OLDBOY) transplants Sarah Waters’ Victorian England-set bestseller FINGERSMITH to Japanese-occupied Korea in the 1930s. In Park’s adaptation, a girl is hired as a handmaiden to Lady Hideko, a Japanese heiress who lives a secluded life on an estate with her domineering uncle. But the maid has a secret. She and a swindler who poses as a Japanese count are scheming to get the lady engaged, rob her fortune, and lock her up in a madhouse.


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Short film: Drama
Main film: The Handmaiden (English subtitled version)
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Noël Loozen, The Netherlands 2019, 4 minutes.
A small film about a man who drowns in great sorrow.

Please note: the screening of THE HANDMAIDEN is preceded by the short film DRAMA (Noël Loozen, Netherlands 2019, 4 min.), a small film about great sorrow.

Park Chan-wook, South Korea, 2017, 145 min. Korean & Japanese spoken, English subtitles. With Min-hee Kim, Tae-ri Kim, Jung-woo Ha, Jin-woong Jo, Hae-suk Kim.