Hwang Jeong-min's high-octane performance powers this tightly scripted, sensationally directed actioner.
An adaptation of Kazuki Sakuraba's controversial bestseller about the quasi-incestuous relationship between an orphaned young girl and the distant relative who adopts her.
One of those in-your-dreams fantasies that evaporate by the dawn's early light.
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