Moebius (2013 film)
Moebius is a 2013 South Korean horror drama film written and directed by Kim Ki-duk. It was screened out of competition at the 70th Venice International Film Festival. It was initially banned in South Korea, before the Korea Media Rating Board reviewed the film and changed the rating.
|Directed by||Kim Ki-duk|
|Written by||Kim Ki-duk|
In 2017 an anonymous actress came forward with allegations that she had been assaulted by Kim on the set of the film. She claimed that he had hit her several times before pressuring her to participate in a sex scene she had not previously agreed to and had quit the film and been replaced by Lee Eun-woo.
Andrew Chan of the Film Critics Circle of Australia writes, "To call Moebius daring is actually an understatement, as it is more than that, it is a film that will haunt you, lingers with you and perhaps disturb you till you never think about it again".
The film screened in April 2014 at the Stanley Film Festival and in November 2014 at the London Korean Film Festival.
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