Suddenly, in Dark Night (깊은밤 갑자기) (1981)

30th October 2019
Wednesday 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Venue:

Oldham Theatre

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Description:

Director: Go Yeong Nam
Runtime: 95 minutes
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean with English subtitles
Rating: M18 (Sexual scenes and horror)

Synopsis
This horror classic involves a housewife’s descent into madness. Seon-hee leads a comfortable life with husband Yu-jin and their daughter, but worries that he is losing interest in her. Enter beautiful Mi-ok, daughter of a deceased shamaness. Found homeless, Yu-jin takes her in as a maid. Initially inexplicably drawn to Mi-ok, Seon-hee becomes disturbed after encountering her doll. Having had recurring visions of it prior to Mi-ok’s arrival, its presence triggers hallucinations that drive Seon-hee mad with suspicion of an affair between Mi-ok and Yu-jin. Employing a tale of jealousy to depict psychic repression, the film portrays a woman so imprisoned by conventional sexuality that she destroys the very domestic security she seeks to protect.

To Note:
– All film screenings are held at Oldham Theatre, National Archives of Singapore.
– Tickets can be purchased at the Oldham Theatre Box Office. Click here for opening hours.
– Concession tickets apply to Students (Local & Overseas), Full-time National Servicemen (NSF), and Senior Citizens (55 years old and above) only.
– Please check the film rating before purchase of tickets. Please note that you may be asked to present your ID at the door (this applies to concession tickets as well).