Bring Me Home: Six years after her son went missing, dedicated mother Jung-Yeon still hasn’t lost hope – even after her husband’s shocking accident while rushing to follow up on a potential sighting. Although she’s in mourning, drowned in despair for her losses, she doesn’t give up. Just when everything feels like it’s in vain, she hears about a young boy living in a fishing community outside the city who seems to resemble her lost son. Facing strange surroundings and corrupt cops covering up child abuse, Jung-yeon may not be able to handle all the obstacles in her way, let alone fend for herself.
- Movie: Bring Me Home (English title)
- Revised romanization: Nareul Chajajwoe
- Hangul: 나를 찾아줘
- Director: Kim Seung-Woo
- Writer: Kim Seung-Woo
- World Premier: September 5, 2019 (Toronto IFF)
- Release Date: November 27, 2019
- Runtime: 108 min.
- Genre: Drama
Jung-Yeon’s (Lee Young-Ae) son with an intellectual disability went missing 6 years ago. She still has not given up hope on finding him. One day, Jung-Yeon receives a tip that her missing son is at a fishing village on an island. Jung-Yeon travels there to find her son.
- Bring Me Home is the first movie acting role for Lee Young-Ae since 2005 film “Sympathy for Lady Vengeance.”
Bring Me Home
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