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Svaha: The Sixth Finger (2019)

Pastor Park works to expose suspicious religious groups. He's hired to look into the cult group Deer Mount. Meanwhile, Police Captain Hwang investigates a murder case and the main suspect is a member of the Deer Mount cult.

Director:

Jae-hyun Jang

Writers:

Kang Full (character created by: Svaha: The Sixth Finger), Jae-hyun Jang
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jung-jae Lee ... Pastor Park (as Lee Jung-jae)
Yoo Ji-Tae ... (as Ji-tae Yoo)
Jeong Min Park ... Jeong Na-han (as Jung-min Park)
Min Tanaka ... Nechoongtenpa
Seon-kyu Jin Seon-kyu Jin ... Monk Hae-an
Hang-na Lee Hang-na Lee ... Park Eun-Hye
Seung-Hyeon Ji ... Kim Chul-Jin
Suk Mun Suk Mun ... Myung-Hee
Jin-young Jung ... Chief Hwang
Yoon Kyung-Ho Yoon Kyung-Ho ... Cattle shed owner
Sang-woo Lee ... Head Monk
Soon-bae Cha Soon-bae Cha ... general affairs Monk
Rae-Hyung Cha Rae-Hyung Cha ... Detective Jo
Hong-pa Kim Hong-pa Kim ... Prison governor (as Kim Hong-Fa)
Jung-min Hwang ... Deaconess Sim
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Pastor Park works to expose suspicious religious groups. He's hired to look into the cult group Deer Mount. Meanwhile, Police Captain Hwang investigates a murder case and the main suspect is a member of the Deer Mount cult.

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Nechoongtenpa, played by Japanese actor Tanaka Min, speaks with a discernible Japanese accent despite being from Tibet. See more »

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Complex and Interesting
27 June 2019 | by gjcannon-73149See all my reviews

First of all, I really liked the cinematography, lighting, all the things we take for granted in a well-made film that are so obviously missing in a poor film. One shot was like a Dutch Old Master painting, you may spot it. The plot is rather complicated in following the work of an academic debunker of cults and the charlatans who mean to profit, or worse, through manipulation of followers. There is a weird mix of Buddhist and Christian influences in Korean culture which might puzzle viewers in the West like me, but it is worth paying attention and sticking with the story.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean | English

Release Date:

20 February 2019 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Svaha: The Sixth Finger See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$17,607,783
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