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Finding Angel released in UK cinemas

Heart-warming Christmas film Finding Angel from director Kim Seong-jun is coming to Cineworld and Odeon cinemas in the UK from 26th November 2021:

Finding Angel (천사는 바이러스)

Dir Kim Seong-jun (2017, 114mins)
Lee Young-a, Park Sung-il, Chon Moo-song
Cineworld: Aberdeen Union Sq| Birmingham Broad Street | Bolton| Cardiff | Didsbury | Edinburgh | Enfield | Feltham | Glasgow Renfrew St | Hemel Hempstead | Newcastle | Nottingham | Sheffield | Stevenage | Wandsworth | Wembley | West India Quay | Wolverhampton | York |
Odeon: Kingston | Manchester Great Northern | Wimbledon
From 26 November 2021

Finding Angel poster

For 17 years in a row, the phone rings at the Nosong-dong office every December around Christmas time. A faceless angel who disappears, leaving a message saying, “For the needy” and the location of a donation box full of money. This year, elderly people living alone in Nosong-dong will wait, expressing their gratitude for the warm-hearted, faceless angel. One day, Ji-hoon, a writer, appears in Nosong-dong, wanting to write about the generous angel without a face. Ji-hoon helps the elderly living alone and begins to observe the residents, he becomes convinced that the “faceless angel” is one of the villagers. The secret and faceless angel that Ji Hoon suspects is one of the residents, Cheonji, who runs the junk shop, and cares for the residents of Nosong-dong who surround him!


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