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Make Yourself At Home (시집)

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Make Yourself at Home starring Song Hye Gyo

Soopum Sohn's thriller, Make Yourself at Home, brings Hallyu superstar Song Hye-Kyo to American audiences alongside Rob Yang, Athena Curray, and Amo Frisch. 

Newlyweds Peter Kim (Rob Yang) and his Korean wife Sookhy (Song Hye-Kyo) move into Peter's mother's home in suburban New Jersey after an arranged marriage set up through a broker in Korea. The mysterious Sookhy sees moving to the States as a way to escape from her troubled past. Korean American Peter immediately faces communication issues with Sookhy, leading to tensions that are exacerbated by the open suspicions of Peter's mother regarding Sookhy’s background. When Peter and Sookhy befriend John (Amo Frisch) and Julie (Athena Curray), the Caucasian couple living next door, Sookhy gains an opportunity to become acculturated. As the neighbors grow closer, Sookhy becomes more and more obsessed with the lives of her neighbors, going so far as to rename herself "Julie". However, when Peter suddenly meets his untimely demise, Sookhy's obsession reaches the brink of sanity.

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feature film - 90 Minutes | | 2008

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