Sue Jean Kim in Hide and Seek
Sue Jean Kim likes the resurgent of Korean cinema for American audiences. With the Parasite catapulted into the Oscar spotlight, more Korean works are being remade or shown to American audiences such as Netflix’s Squid Game, Train to Busan, and even Alone. And it’s not ending there. In the latest Korean film remake, Hide and Seek is a psychological thriller that’ll make audiences enter one’s mind of madness.
The film stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jacinda Barrett, Kim, Mustafa Shakir, and Joe Pantoliano. Joel David Moore directed and wrote the adaptation.
Here is the official synopsis:
Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars in the intense psychological thriller with shocking twists and turns. After the death of his wealthy father, Noah seeks his outcast brother to make amends and share the family fortune. But the family harbors a dark secret and a series of cryptic clues will lead Noah on a terrifying trailer to the truth that threatens to tear him apart from the ones he loves the most.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta talked with Sue Jean Kim about her motherly and strange character in the film. Also, we talked about her opinions about Korean cinema, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and the amazing production sets created for the movie.
Sue Jean Kim starred in many theatrical productions with appearances in films such as Bachelorette, Maggie’s Plan, and James White. She had recurring roles on television shows with A Gifted Man as Nurse Colette and as Sakiya on The Blacklist.
Hide and Seek is in select theaters, On Demand, and available digitally tomorrow, November 19.
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