RAM Releasing, the genre shingle of Film Movement, is releasing Korean director Kim Ki-Duk’s Moebius in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago throughout August with a nationwide cable and digital VOD rollout on August 29th.
The film stars Lee Eun-woo, Cho Jae-hyun, and Seo Young-ju.
The platform theatrical release sees Moebius opening in Los Angeles on August 8th (at The Cinefamily), New York City on August 15th (at Cinema Village), and Chicago on August 22th (at Facets).
On August 29th the film becomes available on cable VOD via all major providers (Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Verizon, et al) and digital VOD at iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox, Playstation, Rovi, and Samsung Hub.
When she catches her husband having an affair, a woman attempts to castrate the cheater for his wrongdoing. Unsuccessful, she instead inflicts the unspeakable act on her own son, setting off a series of grotesque yet provocative events ranging from a hurried genital transplant to pain-inflicted orgasms that all merge in a continuous thread of delirious storytelling. With both husband and son damaged and living in grief, the wife returns as the family heads towards destruction even more horrific than before.
Kim Ki-Duk, whose signature style pushes the limits of challenging filmmaking and often blows right through them, won the Golden Lion with Pieta at the Venice Film Festival last year. The prolific director is set to shock audiences again with Moebius, his latest perverse statement on family tensions, sexual boundaries, and society’s issues with each.
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