Yesterday 2004 Horror Movie Review
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Set in the futuristic Inner City of a unified Korea circa 2020 A.D., a series of grisly murders propel an overworked police investigator and a celebrated forensics profiler into a nightmarish spiral of death and discovery. Can they unravel the mystery, which has haunted authorities for nearly 30 years?
About Yesterday (2004)
Choi Min-su Kim Seung-woo,
Rating: 3.3 / 5 stars from 6 users.
120 minutesDirector: Yun-su Jeon,
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