BLIND

By Sang-Hoon AHN

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Thriller - Completed 2011

After witnessing a terrible crime scene, a blind woman named Soo-ah has to face the killer herself with only her acute senses to rely on.

    • Year of production
    • 2011
    • Genres
    • Thriller
    • Countries
    • KOREA (South)
    • Languages
    • KOREAN
    • Budget
    • 3 - 5 M$
    • Duration
    • 111 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Sang-Hoon AHN
    • Writer(s)
    • Min-Suk CHOI
    • Producer(s)
    • Andy YOON
    • Synopsis
    • One rainy night, a young blind woman named Soo-ah waits for a taxi on the streets. Just as when the taxi driver seems a bit too nice to her, the car bumps into something big. When Soo-ah comes back to herself, she senses the driver dragging and loading something in the trunk. He says it’s a dog but she knows that he’s keeping something from her. Later, she reports this to the police but they ignore her. The next day, the police visit her about a missing college girl and ask her to testify. Despite the worries of the police, she gives them a series of information that are more reliable than coming from an actual eye witness. As in fact, she was in police academy when she had lost her sight.
      As the investigation moves forward, another eye witness, a teenage runaway Gi-sub steps in. He begins to fill in the missing pieces of the crime puzzle. Forming an odd friendship, the two witnesses help the police in finding the suspect until the suspect realizes that they are close on his trail. The serial killer, a master criminal who had been sure that he left no evidence behind, is now on a hunt to get rid of the witnesses. When the killer comes looking for Soo-ah, she calls Gi-sub on her mobile and with his help over the videophone she escapes from the killer’s attack. The killer tracks her down and she realizes that in order to save Gi-sub she would have to risk her own life. She faces the killer herself with only her acute senses to rely on.
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