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

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

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

2/5 starsThe directorial debut of critic and novelist Sohn Won-pyung has been billed as the year’s “most intense mystery thriller”, but she doesn’t appear to have gleaned much inspiration from her time writing for Korean film journal Cine 21. Intruder is contrived, derivative and relentlessly dumb from the off.Kim Mu-yeol plays Seo-jin, a recently widowed architect who is struggling to manage his grief while juggling work and caring for his young daughter (Park Min-ha). He is determined to find…

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