New parenthood can be scary, however become It makes her look downright terrifying. The South Korean horror film, written and directed by Park Kang, follows Jin Woojin (Seo Hyun-woo), a brand-new father whose wife and mother are superstitious and insistent on watching “takeovers.” In Korean culture, Seire refers to the 21 days after the birth of a child. To celebrate and keep the newborn healthy and to keep bad luck and energy away, outsiders are not allowed to visit.
Against his wife’s advice, Woojin decides to attend the funeral of the girl he once dated during those crucial twenty-one days. As Woojin suffers from visions, frightening events, and bouts of insomnia, after the funeral, he realizes that his wife’s warning may have been worth taking. You can watch an exclusive clip of the movie below.
become It stars Seo Hyun-woo, Ryu Abel, Shim Eun-woo, Ko Eun-min, and Kim Woo-kyum. Hyun-woo, who plays Woojin’s new fatherAnd He is an established South Korean actor whose credits include films and series of various genres. He is best known for his portrayal of reporter Kim Moo-jin in the drama evil flower. Shim Eun Woo, who portrays Woo Jin’s wife, Hae Mi, is known for appearing in several South Korean TV series, most notably in the popular K-drama, The world of the married. The supernatural horror film is produced by Rhee Yoon-joo and executive produced by Kang. The film marks Kang’s feature directorial debut, as he previously directed and wrote the 2018 short an agreement.
become It was shown in 2021 and shown at four festivals: Moscow, Busan, Zurich, and Fantasia. He was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize, which promotes and encourages new and young cinemaAnd At the 26th Busan International Film Festival. It received a Golden Eye Award nomination for Best International Film at the 2022 Zurich Film Festival. The film currently holds a perfect rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics praising Park’s work, the film’s supernatural elements and spooky atmosphere, and the lead cast.
Seire Trailer explores connections to tradition
The trailer for the South Korean horror movie, which you can watch below, shows more of the horrors Woojin has to face after the birth of his child. We see his wife claim that they should be more careful and Woojin buys a carb booster meant to protect the child. After visiting his ex-girlfriend’s funeral, Woojin begins to realize that he may have taken her back with him and this is a potential threat to his newborn baby, who is mysteriously falling ill.
The eerie and atmospheric trailer highlights the dangers of bucking convention, which is a constant theme and theme of popular horror. become Join in a number of horror films that explore folklore, including critically acclaimed films like Midsmar, the witchAnd wailing.
The film, originally released in 2021, will finally be available on June 16 through digital and video-on-demand platforms through Action Film, a North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films. The trailer is below: