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Movie of the week "Villain and Widow"

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Movie of the week "Villain and Widow"(2010)

Directed by Son Jae-gon

With Han Suk-kyu, Kim Hye-soo, Ji Woo, Kim Gi-cheon, Lee Yong-nyeo, Lee Jang-woo,...

Synopsis
Han Suk-kyu, the charismatic South Korean spy in 1999's "Shiri", and Kim Hye-soo, the seductress in 2006's "Tazza", team up as an odd landlord-tenant couple.

Yeon-joo (Kim) is a single mother who lives in a two-story townhouse with her middle school aged daughter.

To pay the bills, she decides to rent out the second floor of the house.

Her tenant is Chang-in (Han), who claims to be a writer. Although he seems like an ordinary guy, Chang-in seems to have come to the house with a purpose, and sneaks around when he can.

That would seem like cause for eviction for most, but Yeon-joo isn't like most landlords and is suffering a bout of depression. Meanwhile, her daughter is going through a normal teenage obsession with her looks, so she doesn't notice his odd behavior either.

But even though neither one of them is actively trying to put a stop to Chang-in's behavior, their respective problems serve to thwart his plans.

What does Chang-in want from Yun-ju's house? Who is he? The mystery unfolds with comical scenes between Yun-ju and Chang-in.

Release date in Korea : 2010/11/24

Also known as "Villain on the Second Floor"

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