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New Shot From Korean Horror ‘The Mimic’

“Do not follow any voice.”

From Jung Huh, director of Hide and Seek, Bloody Disgusting has the first two stills from his Korean creature feature The Mimic.

Based on the mysterious creature of Mt. Jang which mimics the sound of humans, the film stars Yeom Jeong-ah and Park Hyuk-kwon.

Hee-yeon moves to her hometown near Mt. Jang, wishing her mother-in-law remembers how she lost Hee-yeon’s longing son, Jun-suh. One day, near a cave at Mt. Jang, Hee-yeon meets a girl in tatter and reminds of Jun-suh. Feeling sympathy, Hee-yeon decides to spare a bed until she finds a girl’s parents. Gradually, the girl mimics Hee-yeon’s daughter, Jun-hee’s name, voice, and look; eventually, calling Hee-yeon, mom. As the girl enters the house, strange things begin to happen to a family and at last, the mother-in-law who suffered from auditory hallucination disappears to the cave with the legend about a mysterious creature. Will Hee-yeon find her son? Will this family find happiness again?

Next Entertainment World and Content Panda produced. The film is for sales at Cannes by Content Media.



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