RV: Resurrected Victims

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RV: Resurrected Victims
RV Resurrected Victims.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Revised RomanizationHwui-saeng-bu-hwa-ja
Directed byKwak Kyung-taek
Produced byHan Woo-yong
Yeon Young-sik
Screenplay byKwak Kyung-taek
Based onIt is Over
by Park Ha-ik
StarringKim Rae-won
Kim Hae-sook
New World
Barunson E&A Corp
Distributed byShowbox
Release date
  • October 12, 2017 (2017-10-12)
Running time
91 minutes
CountrySouth Korea
Box officeUS$2.1 million

RV: Resurrected Victims is a 2017 South Korean mystery thriller film directed by Kwak Kyung-taek. It is based on Park Ha-ik's 2012 novel It is Over.[1][2][3] The film stars Kim Rae-won and Kim Hae-sook.


Jin-hong is a prosecutor who is bent on tracking down the culprit who killed his mother 7 years ago. One day, Jin-hong's deceased mother comes to life again and appears before him, however she is set on attacking him. At the same time, unexplainable cases called RVP (Resurrected Victims Phenomenon) are reported throughout the world where victims of unsolved murders return to life to punish their killers. Based on this, secret agents investigating the cases conclude Jin-hong is the prime suspect of his mother's murder.



  1. ^ "희생부활자".
  2. ^ "Daum영화 <희생부활자>".
  3. ^ "영화 [희생부활자] 상세정보".

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