Kfilm “The Handmaiden” Takes Home BAFTA Award “Best Film Not In The English Language”

Kfilm The Handmaiden is a worldwide success!

Held today on February 18th, the 71st British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) awarded director Park Chan Wook‘s The Handmaiden “Best Film Not in the English Language.” In addition to this amazing achievement, the movie racked in a whopping $37 million worldwide.

Inspired by Sarah Water‘s Victorian era-centered novel Fingersmith, the erotic psychological thriller centers around the story of Korea ruled by colonial Japan, following the story of two women, a wealthy Japanese woman who lives on her own in an estate and a Korean woman she hires as a handmaiden. The Korean woman turns out to be working with a conman to swindle the Japanese woman of her wealth.

Check out the trailer now below and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below! Have you seen the film yet?

Sarah (sapphir3bluu) is a writer for WTK from Las Vegas and fond of cats, k-pop, and singing. She enjoys learning new languages and is manager of Super Junior fanbase, WorldwideELFs, but has also done subbing work for EXO. If you don’t find her being slowly consumed by BTS, GOT7, NCT, and ASTRO, she is aspiring to go to graduate school and work in the health care field.

Media: Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing

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