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Stoker

Stoker

2013 / U.S.A., United Kingdom / 100 min / N-13
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Director(s) - Park Chan-wook
Screenwriter(s) - Wentworth Miller, Erin Cressida Wilson
Actors - Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, Jacki Weaver
Producer(s) - Michael Costigan, Ridley Scott, Tony Scott
Cinematographer - Chung Chung-hoon
Editor(s) - Nicolas De Toth
Composer(s) - Clint Mansell
Sales agent - FOX SEARCHLIGHTS
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Dialogues - English
Subtitles - Lithuanian

Written by Wentworth Miller ("Prison Break"). When young girl's father dies in a car crash, her mysterious uncle comes to live with her and her mother.

Evelyn Stoker and her daughter Indiatry to come to terms with father Richard's fatal car crash. The sudden arrival of Richard’s brother Charlie puts the two women emotionally even further off balance. India soon finds out that the mysterious uncle has a hidden agenda. But instead of reacting with fury or shock, she falls in love with him.

The title refers to Bram Stoker, writer of Dracula. But there are no vampires in the plot. There is an opportunist charmer who is targeting the mother and daughter. "Stoker" is a dark sexual-psychological drama about murder and betrayal.

About Directors

Park Chan-wook (b. 1963 in Seoul, South Korea)

Filmography

"Joint Security Area" (2000), "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance" (2002), "Old Boy" (2003), "Lady Vengeance" (2005, "Kino pavasaris"), "I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK" (2006, "Kino pavasaris"), "Thirst" (2009, "Kino pavasaris"), "Night Fishing" (2011, short, co-dir, "Kino pavasaris"), "Stoker" (2013, "Kino pavasaris").