The Red Shoes

Directed by Yong-gyun Kim

Year: 2002
Running Time: 103
Color Type: Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean w English Subtitles [audio]
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The Red Shoes

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Kim Hye-soo

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Directed by Yong-gyun Kim


After catching her husband cheating with another woman, Sun Jae takes her young daughter and moves into a dilapidated old apartment building to start a new life. Heading home from work one day she finds a strange pair of high-heeled red shoes and decides to take them. While the shoes provide her with some comfort, they also become objects of unhealthy obsession for her ballet-dancing daughter and her best friend. Soon, everyone who comes into contact with the shoes desperately craves them and a curse began hundreds of years ago will once again rear its ugly head.

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"Genuinely startling" - Beyond Hollywood

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