The London Korean Film Festival will have a special screening of E Oni’s 2016 thriller “Missing” at the Picturehouse Central cinema in London’s West End. This is the UK premiere and it will take place on Monday, April 10th at 18:30. It is one of two screenings in the lead-up to the next London Korean Film Festival held later in the year to tease audiences as to some of the great films that will be programmed.
Here are the details:
Running Time: 100 mins.
Director: E Oni/Lee Eon-Hee
Writer: Lee Eon-Hee, Hong Eun-Mi (Screenplay),
Starring: Uhm Ji-won, Kong Hyo-jin, Kim Hee-won, Kim Sun-Young, Park Hae-joon, Seo Eun-A, Jeon Suk-chan, Lee Sung-wook,
Synopsis: Ji-sun (Uhm Ji-Won) is a single mother who is in a fierce custody battle with her physician ex-husband over their daughter Da-eun. Despite the family drama, she still works for her PR company and does this with the help of a recently hired Korean-Chinese nanny Han-mae (Kong Hyo-jin). After a day at work she returns home to find that both Da-eun and the nanny are missing. Reluctant to go to the police because of her custody battle, Ji-sun starts searching but what she finds makes her desperate: her nanny has lied about her identity and this situation is far more serious than she had hoped…
To find out more about the film and to book tickets, please visit the site through this link.