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Bluebeard Makes UK Premiere as London Korean Film Festival Teaser

Bluebeard Makes UK Premiere as London Korean Film Festival Teaser
Hayley Scanlon
Author: Hayley Scanlon

Hayley loves movies, especially movies from Japan and China. Everything from Godzilla to Gion Bayashi is her kind of thing but if you suggested she had a soft spot for sci-fi and a general bias against Rom-Coms she wouldn't argue with you.


Bluebeard, a psychological thriller directed by Lee Soo-youn, will make its premiere as the next in the series of monthly teaser screenings for the upcoming London Korean Film Festival. 

Cho Jin-woong stars as a down on his luck doctor, Seung-hoon, relocating to a less affluent area after his trendy Gangnam doctor's surgery goes bankrupt. Under increasing mental strain, Seung-hoon comes to suspect his elderly landlord maybe responsible for a series of unsolved murders when he begins mumbling about the proper way to dispose of bodies whilst under anesthesia

Bluebeard screens at Regent Street Cinema at 7.30pm on 10th July. Tickets are already on sale via the cinema's website

You can keep up with all the latest LKFF news as well as information about the regular free screenings held at the Korean Cultural Centre in Central London via the festival's official websiteTwitter account, Facebook page and Instagram channel.

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