Song Ji-hyo (left) and Kim Mu-yeol in a still from Intruder (category IIB, Korean), directed by Sohn Won-pyung.Song Ji-hyo (left) and Kim Mu-yeol in a still from Intruder (category IIB, Korean), directed by Sohn Won-pyung.
Song Ji-hyo (left) and Kim Mu-yeol in a still from Intruder (category IIB, Korean), directed by Sohn Won-pyung.

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Intruder film review: Song Ji-hyo the only saving grace in a Korean mystery thriller that’s too painful to watch

  • When a man’s sister reappears 25 years after she vanished, he doubts she is who she claims to be and tries to pry deeper into her shady past
  • The directorial debut of critic and novelist Sohn Won-pyung features some decent acting by Song Ji-hyo, but Intruder is a silly film from start to finish
Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Song Ji-hyo (left) and Kim Mu-yeol in a still from Intruder (category IIB, Korean), directed by Sohn Won-pyung.Song Ji-hyo (left) and Kim Mu-yeol in a still from Intruder (category IIB, Korean), directed by Sohn Won-pyung.
Song Ji-hyo (left) and Kim Mu-yeol in a still from Intruder (category IIB, Korean), directed by Sohn Won-pyung.
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