YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHO YOU ARE...

The sudden suicide of Anna Choi (Kimberly Buxton) forces her grief-stricken father (Allan Choi), a corrupted official,  to seek retribution against those responsible for pushing her death. He seeks out the ones with whom she was closely involved with in the short time leading up to her suicide: her boyfriend (Daniel Kennedy), her psychologist (Lauren Ash-Morgan) and a university colleague (Quinn Knox) who claims not to know her. With the help of his trusted henchman (Jung-Gi Min), he captures and interrogates them in an abandoned warehouse outside Seoul, with the intention of killing the one he feels is to blame.

Far away from help of any kind, they have no choice but to co-operate with the father's will, while trying to find a way out. Through a series of flashbacks, we discover who all these people really are and the role they played in Anna's life. At the end, the revelation behind Anna's death is more shocking and sad than anyone could have imagined. Amiss is an original mystery suspense-thriller, written and directed by Raoul Dyssell and William Sonbuchner. The film deals with the frightening reality of the human being in a desperate situation: you have no idea who you are.

 

PRODUCTION CREW

 

Directors: Raoul Dyssell & William Sonbuchner

Producer: Raoul Dyssell & Allan Choi

Co-Producers:  Bokyoung Choi & Aurelien Laine

Writers: Raoul Dyssell & William Sonbuchner

DOP: William Sonbuchner

Editors: Raoul Dyssell & William Sonbuchner

Music: Samuel Akpovi

Sound: Seokdo Yoon & Mark Lentz

Color: Stuart Howe

Visual Effects: Oro Padron

 

4/5 Amiss far surpasses its limits.
— POP MYTHOLOGY
A different sort of Korean indie.
— SCREEN ANARCHY
A more than capable mystery with a few surprises.
— FILM THREAT
Filmmakers seek hit with Amiss.

— KOREAN HERALD