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The Snake Woman
Dead Woman
Theatrical poster to The Snake Woman
Director Shin Sang-ok[1]
(신상옥)
Producer Shin Sang-ok
Planner Park Haeng-cheol
(박행철)
Screenplay Gwak Il-ro
(곽일로)
Assistant director Lee Yu-seop
(이유섭)
Art director Chung Woo-taek
(정우택)
Music Jeon Jong-kun
(전정근)
Cinematographer Choi Seung-woo
(최승우)
Editor O Seong-hwan
(오성환)
Lighting Ma Yong-cheon
(마용천)
Sound recording Sim Jae-hun
(심재훈)
Yu Chang-geuk
(유창극)
Property Ye Jang-sa
(예장사)
Costume designer Ye Jang-sa
Make-up Jang In-han
(장인한)
Chae Hun
(채훈
Production studio Shin Films
(신필림)
Released February 16, 1969
Running time 100 min.
Debut theatre New Seoul
(뉴서울)
Dongil
(동일)
Dongdaemun
(동대문)
Korea
(코리아)
Yongsan
(용산)
Seoul
(서울)
Attendance 150,000
IMDb profile
KMDb profile

The Snake Woman or Dead Woman (사녀 / 蛇女 - Sanyeo) is a 1969 film directed by Shin Sang-ok.[1]

SynopsisEdit

An evil spirit turns a snake into a beautiful woman in order to seduce a Buddhist monk. The woman marries the monk and they have a son together, which the spirit orders the woman to kill. Because of the love she has for her family she refuses. The spirit turns the woman to stone and a Buddha restores her so that she can live happily with her family.[1]

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NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "사녀" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-12.

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