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Director Park Chan-wook's new film, 'Fingersmith' unveils first still image

2015/10/31 Source

Park Chan-wook's new film, 'Fingersmith' has unveiled its first still image.

The four main actors, Ha Jung-woo, Kim Min-hee, Cho Jin-woong, and Kim Tae-ri have revealed each unique personality of each one's character. Ha Jung-woo transformed into a fraudster count in 1930's. He pulls off the dapper suit and the hair combed straight back from his forehead perfectly. He exudes the mysterious energy.

Kim Min-hee is an aloof noble lady. She creates the luxury mood in the green old-fashioned dress. Her alert eyes make the audience assume what kind of character she will play.

Cho Jin-woong's appearance is also impressive. He is the noble lady's uncle, and her guardian, His white hair and red face look natural.

Rookie actress Kim Tae-ri also looks powerful. Despite her humble maid outfit, she makes sure her presence felt strong. Her strong facial expression tells she might be hiding a lot of secrets.

'Fingersmith' is about a young lady who inherits a fortune, her guardian uncle and a fraudster count (Ha Jung-woo) who is after the wealth.

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