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[Box Office] Latest movie releases


Franny
(U.S.)
Opened March 17

Drama. Directed by Andrew Renzi

A mysterious philanthropist (Richard Gere) begins to show an obsessive interest in a newly married couple (Dakota Fanning and Theo James) and becomes deeply involved in their lives. “Franny,” also titled “The Benefactor,” premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last April. 


Risen
(U.S.)
Opened March 17


Biblical drama. Directed by Kevin Reynolds

When the body of Jesus of Nazareth (Cliff Curtis) goes missing, Pontius Pilate (Peter Firth) charges Roman tribune Clavius (Joseph Fiennes) to investigate. Clavius finds not the missing body but a resurrected Christ, and struggles to reconcile what he has witnessed with what he knows about the world.


Missing You
(Korea)
Opened March 10

Thriller. Directed by Mo Hong-jin

Hee-joo (Shim Eun-kyung) lost her father to murder and grew up with the help of a sympathetic police officer. Though calm on the outside, she carries a hatred and anger inside and meticulously plans out her revenge. Events unfurl as 15 years later, her father’s murderer is released from prison.


Hiya
(Korea)
Opened March 10


Drama. Directed by Kim Ji-yeon
Jin-sang (Ahn Bo-hyun), the family troublemaker, is being chased by the police on fraud and murder charges. Though his own life is in disarray, he reaches out to his younger brother Jin-ho (Lee Ho-won, Hoya of boy band Infinite), who is training to become a singer. The brothers, tangled in misunderstanding and resentment, embark on a shaky path to reconciliation.


Snow Paths
(Korea)
Opened March 3

Drama. Directed by Kim Hee-jung
Jeong-woo (Kim Tae-hoon), a 30-something alcoholic, has been straddling reality and dreams in his lonely battle against addiction. He enters a rehabilitation center in the mountains run by nuns and meets Maria (Park So-dam). The two begin on a journey of recovery when Jeong-woo becomes stranded in the snow after an accident.

 

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