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Im Sung-eon to come back with "Malice"

2015/03/04 | Permalink | Source

 Actress Im Sung-eon is coming back for the first time in 5 years with "Malice".

Movie "Malice" is a thriller by Kim Yong-woon, about Eun-jeong who loses everything she has because of her friend who suffers from the Ripley Syndrome.

Im Seong-eun takes on the role of Park Eun-jeong who lives a typical life with the husband she loves.

The Ripley Syndrome is a personality disorder which causes one to believe the unreal is real and repeats false actions and speeches. The name comes from the Patricia Smith novel "The Talented Mr. Ripley".

This is the first time in 5 years Im Sung-eon is coming back ever since "No Doubt". She starred in dramas "Cheongdam-dong Scandal", "Take Care of Us, Captain" and more.

With the character she's playing in "Malice", Im Sung-eon is expected to go through a mass transformation.

Heo Gun, the director of Urban Weeks ENT, says, "She's attempting at something new this time. You can look forward to it".

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