[VOD / Photo & News] "Don't Cry Mommy" First Trailer released.
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Trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Don't Cry Mommy". This film is known as the female version of the mega hit 'The Man from Nowhere' because the story is about a mother who revenges her daughter.
Single mom Yoo-rim has only her daughter to live for and one day, she is killed by a group youngsters after being raped. Though those kids are captured, they are tried as minors and receive light sentences. Being outraged by the illogical verdict, Yoo-rim decides to punish them herself.
The script was infamous for high level of violence, almost literally depicting the phrase “women are weak, but mothers are strong”.
This project was developed with actress Yoo Sun of 'Black House' and 'Moss' in mind since the very beginning because she has portrayed remarkably strong female characters in her previous films. This is directorial debut film of Kim Yong-han who has worked in the production staff for 'Some' (2004) and 'Tell Me Something'.
The synopsis of 'Don’t Cry, Mommy' recently divorced, You-lim (YU) now lives with her only daughter, Eun-ah (NAM). Eun-ah is frequently picked on at school, and one day she is brutally raped by a group of male students. Unable to cope with the trauma she was forced to endure, Eun-ah takes her own life.
As all of the boys involved in the rape are still minors, the law is helpless to prosecute them to the fullest extent possible, and they walk away with little more than a slap on the wrist. Filled with frustration and anger, Yoo Lim sets out to make the boys’ lives a living hell.
As You-lim’s animosity and exasperation is transformed into ever more brutal acts of revenge, she is brought closer and closer to the edge of sanity. While is KIM Yong-han’s debut feature, he has worked in the production department on a variety of films, most notably Chang Yoon-hyun’s (1999) and (2004) as well as Kim Hong-joon’s (1994).
While 'Don’t Cry, Mommy' is Kim Yong-han’s debut feature, he has worked in the production department on a variety of films, most notably Chang Yoon-hyun’s 'Tell Me Something' (1999) and