Kim Rae-won plays Seo Jin-hong, a cold-hearted prosecutor who lost his mother (Kim Hae-sook) during a robbery 7 years ago. He has been bent on tracking down the culprit responsible for her death. Now, a series of surreal cases around the world, termed the Resurrected Victims Phenomenon, is seeing victims of unsolved murders returning to life to punish their killers.
User Reviews: The movie shows how much parent(s) can do for their children. Although we don’t know resurrected victims are real or not, the movie is highly enjoyable. It’s based on the murder of a prosecutor’s mother. As the film goes, they show how the murder happened. So, it gets interesting more and more.
The plot is like wrapped in a mystery. It’s a simple murder case, but it’s kind of complex inside which gives you some excitements. It’s one of those movies of simple-plot-but-a-great-one.
Everything is good, including the performances of actors and actresses, except that actress who played as prosecutor’s sister. Her acting was like she was a crazy girl. In a scene where she was afraid, her acting didn’t seem that she was afraid. More like she was crazed. So, her acting was very bad.
All in all, it shows a mother’s love, even the children don’t care that much about their mother. Regardless of it’s fiction or not, the movie is great and enjoyable.