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[Box office] Movies in theaters this weekBy Kim Da-sol
Published : Sept. 22, 2023 - 09:00
Opened Sept. 6
Directed by Jason Yu
A pregnant Soo-jin (Jung Yu-mi) discovers that her husband, Hyun-soo (Lee Sun-kyun), has started exhibiting strange behaviors while asleep. Overcome with anxiety that he may be a danger to the family, Soo-jin goes to great lengths to protect them and their baby.
“A Haunting in Venice”
Opened Sept. 13
Directed by Kenneth Branagh
Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot returns to his peaceful, ordinary life in Venice, Italy. There, his long-time friend, Ariadne Oliver, asks him to investigate a murder at a haunted palazzo during a Halloween seance.
Opens Sept. 20
Directed by Neill Blomkamp
Based on the true story of a gamer-turned-racer Jann Mardenborough, the film tells the tale of a team of underdogs whose background does not come from professional racing, but who also risk all they have got.
Opens Sept. 27
Directed by Kim Jee-woon
Set in 1970s, an overambitious filmmaker Kim Yeol (Song Kang-ho) becomes obsessed with changing the ending of his film titled “Cobweb.” He gathers the picky, unsupportive actors to the set again.
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