Korean crime drama film “Voice of Silence” (소리도 없이), starring Yoo Ah In and Yoo Jae Myung will be coming to Singapore cinemas, just weeks after its debut in Korean cinemas.
“Voice of Silence” also marks Hong Eui-Jeong’s directorial debut, and despite being an indie movie with limited budget and promotions, the film has achieved a remarkable feat of debuting at number 1 at South Korea’s box office. Another interesting thing to note is that Yoo Ah In actually has no lines at all in the movie.
Tae-in, who lost his voice, and Chang-bok make their livings cleaning up crime scenes. One day, they are left to take care of a kidnapped girl named Cho-hee, who was raised to be a kindhearted sister, obligated to take care of her brother in a male-oriented family. In fact, she was abducted instead of her brother, but because it has always been obvious to stand in for her brother, she manages to keep calm and swiftly read the situation she is placed in. Even when she sees Tae-in cleaning up brutal crime scenes, she keeps her calmness, acting the “good girl” inside her, even taking care of Tae-in’s little sister. Tae-in starts to open himself up to Cho-hee, while Chang-bok, who was supposed to come back with Cho-hee’s ransom, becomes out of contact. Now Tae-in has to go through the situation all alone.
Korean movie “Voice of Silence” (소리도 없이) opens in Singapore cinemas on 5 November 2020.
Watch the trailer here: