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Stoker

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman, Jacki Weaver | Written by Wentworth Miller | Directed by Park Chan-Wook

Wealthy, privileged but unfortunately deceased Richard Stoker has left behind something of a strange legacy: a widow in the repressed but oddly sexual Evie; a fatherless daughter in India, a sharply intelligent and   emotionally distant eighteen year-old; and Charlie, the newly-returned brother that neither of them knew Richard had. Over the course of the next few weeks, Charlie begins living in his brother’s old house and steadily becomes a larger part of the family he left behind. Something’s not right about Charlie, though any warnings about him the women are given fall on deaf ears.

And so begins Stoker, a psycho-sexual thriller by way of Lolita and high society, South Korean director Park Chan-Wook’s first foray into English-language filmmaking (and the first movie in which he doesn’t receive a writing credit, »

- Mark Allen

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