Korean Film Festival In Australia 2013 Preview: ScreenAnarchy Rounds-Up The Essentials
A Werewolf Boy
Opening the festival is the crowd-pleasing, supernatural romance-drama A Werewolf Boy. This one's a sweet, charming and wholly accessible film with a tinge of darkness lurking beneath.
A Twilight-esque take on unconventional love with far more heart and maturity.
When Su-ni (Park Bo-young) moves to her family’s farmhouse, she discovers a feral boy (Song Joong-ki) living on the property. Initially cautious, she finds herself strangely drawn to the him, and attemps to tame his wild nature. Just as the two begin to form a strong bond, their relationship is challenged when the boy is discovered by townsfolk.