The Queen of Crime

Part of New York Korean Film Festival
Sunday, November 13, 2016, 4:30 p.m.
Redstone Theater

Dir. Lee Yo-Sup. 2016, 130 mins. DCP. North American premiere. With Park Ji-young, Jo Bok-rae, Kim Dae-hyeon. When law student Ik-soo (Kim Dae-hyeon)—who is about to sit for Korea’s notorious bar examination—calls home to ask his mother (Park Ji-young) to pay off a $1,000 water bill, she smells a big rat. Mom, who immediately travels to Seoul to “help out,” vows to get to the bottom of the criminally suspicious water bill. But who among the eccentric law-student residents of her son’s apartment complex is really the criminal?

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