The South Korean hit comedy "Miss Granny" from director Hwang Dong-hyuk arrives in U.S. theaters on January 24.
In a reversal of the Tom Hanks comedy "Big," about a boy who magically becomes an adult overnight, "Miss Granny" tells the story of an elderly widower who magically transforms into her 20-year-old self.
The movie will be released in Los Angeles (CGV Cinemas) with theaters in New York (Bay Terrace) and New Jersey (Edgewater Multiplex) screening it on January 31.
Here's the synopsis:
Oh Mal-Soon (Na Moon-Hee) is a 74-year-old widow that realizes she is becoming a burden on her family. As she is roaming the streets, she comes across a photo studio and decides to dress up for a self-portrait. When she walks out of the photo studio, she mysteriously turns back into her twenty-year-old self. Making the most out of this once in a lifetime opportunity, she changes her name to Oh Doo-Ri (Shim Eun-Kyung) and decides to make the most out of her youth.
"Miss Granny" stars Shim Eun Kyung, Na Moon Hee, Park In Hwan, Lee Jin Wook, and Sung Dong Il.
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