Moebius (2013)

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Moebius is a 2013 South Korean drama film written and directed by Kim Ki-duk. It was screened out of competition at the 70th Venice International Film Festival.[1][2] It was initially banned in South Korea, before the Korea Media Rating Board reviewed the film and changed the rating.
A housewife (Lee Eun-Woo) becomes enraged with jealousy over her husband's (Cho Jae-Hyun) affair. Meanwhile, their son (Seo Young-Joo) sits in the periphery, observing their violent confrontations. One evening, the housewife takes a kitchen knife into their bedroom to exact revenge on the father. The father though is able to repel her attack and throws her out of the bedroom. The mother then goes into the son's room.


Filming took place from March 10, 2013 through March 15, 2013.
"Moebius" is director Kim Ki-Duk's 19th film.
Director Kim Ki-Duk and actor Cho Jae-Hyun previously worked together in 2001 film "Bad Guy".
Moebius originally received the "restricted" rating from the Korea Media Rating Board on June 1, 2013. The "restricted" rating means the film can only be shown at specialist theaters designated to show "restricted" films, but there aren't currently any of those theaters in South Korea. Outside of certain Korean film festivals, where the film can stil be shown, "Moebius" cannot be screened in South Korea in its original form.
Movie was resubmitted to the Korea Media Rating Board. Roughly, one minute and 40 seconds were cut out from the original film. Director Kim Ki-Duk hopes that the movie is released in South Korea by September, 2013.[1]
After editing out 2:30 seconds of footage and on its third attempt, "Moebius" received a rating of "restricted for teenagers" which allows it to screen in general movie theaters in South Korea.
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