An NCPA & the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Mumbai Presentation
Secretly Greatly (127 mins)
Saturday, 5th – 3.30 pm
As a North Korean sleeper cell agent, Ryu-han infiltrates the South and assumes the role of a village idiot in a rural town. He observes the townsfolk and waits patiently for his mission. One day, after two years of playing the role of the village idiot, fellow spies Hae-rang, posed as a rock star, and Hae-jin, posed as an ordinary student, are dispatched to the same town as Ryu-han. He helps the other two spies settle in and teaches them how to adjust in the South. There is a sudden drastic political power shift in the North and all three spies receive an urgent mission: to commit suicide.
Directed by Jang Cheol-Soo
Cast: Kim Soo Hyun, Park Kiwoong, Lee Hyun-Woo, Son Hyun-Joo, Park Hay Sook & Kim Sungkyun
Secret Zoo (117 mins)
Saturday, 5th – 7.00 pm
Attorney Tae-Soo (Ahn Jae-Hong) takes a job as the director of a zoo. The zoo is facing bankruptcy. There are no animals left at the zoo because they have been sold. To turn the place around, an extraordinary project is created. Workers are required to wear animal suits and act like animals. Soon the zoo goes viral on social media.
Directed by Son Jae-Gon
Cast: Ahn Jae-Hong, Kang So-Ra, Park Young-Kyu, Kim Sung-Oh & Jeon Yeo-Been
Lucky-Key (112 mins)
Sunday, 6th – 3.30 pm
A hit man wakes up with amnesia to a switched life.
Hyung-wook, an infamous assassin known for perfection, slips on soap at a public sauna and passes out. Jae-sung, an unknown actor who has hit rock bottom, witnesses the accident and switches his locker key with Hyung-wook’s. Jae-sung opens the locker to find the key to a fancy car which leads him to a luxurious condo along with the full wealth and secrets of a successful hit man. On the other hand, Hyung-wook wakes up with amnesia. And the only clue he has to his identity is an outstanding payment bill. With the help of a paramedic, he finds his (actually Jae-sung’s) place discovering that he is a totally broke and nameless actor. While Hyung-wook struggles to remember, he tries to ‘continue’ his life as an actor. And by irony of fate, with the help of real-life action moves that his body is accustomed to, he soon becomes the new action hero on TV. Soon his memory starts to return.
Directed by Lee Gae-Byok
Cast: Yoo Hai-Jin, Lee Joon, Cho Yoon-Hee & Im Ji-Yeon
The Face Reader (142 mins)
Sunday, 6th – 7.00 pm
“Human face is the embodiment of nature and its order.”
Nae-kyeong is the greatest face reader Joseon has ever known. He can see through people by looking at their faces. He lives with his son Jin-hyeong and his brother-in-law Paeng-heon in the mountains. After an alluring courtesan, Yeon-hong, proposes an offer, he moves to Hanyang to read faces in the courtesan’s house. Nae-kyeong quickly becomes the go-to face reader in town and even Vice Premier Kim Jong-seo hears about him. He appoints Nae-kyeong to the government’s inspection board. During his inspection, Nae-kyeong finds out about Prince Su-yang’s plan to take the throne from his nephew. He decides to change the destiny of the country by changing what’s written on Su-yang’s face.
Directed by Han Jae-Rim
Cast: Song Kang-Ho, Lee Jung-Jae, Baek Yun-Shick, Cho Jung-Seok, Lee Jong-Suk & Kim Hye-Soo
Admission on a first-come-first-served basis.