Rainbow Eyes

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Rainbow Eyes
Rainbow Eyes (film) poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gamyeon
McCune–Reischauer Kamyŏn
Directed by Yang Yun-ho
Produced by Lee Jeong-seob
Written by Han Jeung-ae
Starring Kim Kang-woo
Kim Min-sun
Lee Soo-kyung
Music by Shin I-gyeong
Cinematography Baek Dong-hyun
Edited by Shin Min-kyung
Release dates
  • December 27, 2007 (2007-12-27)
Running time 99 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Budget US$3,300,000
Box office US$2,272,550[1]

Rainbow Eyes (Hangul: 가면; RR: Gamyeon) is a 2007 South Korean crime thriller film directed by Yang Yun-ho. The story follows a police inspector who discovers that his friend is now a serial killer.

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Kyung-yoon (Kim Kang-woo) and Eun-ju (Kim Min-sun) investigate a grisly murder of an affluent entrepreneur. The victim was slashed over 20 times and there’s blood everywhere in his apartment. The killer was careful not to leave behind incriminating evidence, but nevertheless, a strand of the killer’s hair is found. The police are then able to determine that the killer is male and has AB blood type.

Shortly after the first grisly murder a second murder occurs. The victims seem to be unrelated but the modus operandi seems the same. When the police delve deeper into the victims’ background they discover that the two victims were stationed at the same military base many years ago. A month prior to their discharge they were transferred to another base along with a third man by the name Jong Ha. The police now believe Jong Ha could be the next victim or the killer. But their investigation has only led them to Kyung-yoon's old friend, Yoon-suh, which makes the case more confusing.

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