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Park Chan-wook returns with 'The Handmaiden,' an erotic romance, con-artist story and period piece

“The Handmaiden” may be one of the best movie bargains of the year. The latest from acclaimed South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook, the film packs in more plot twists, story turns and character shifts than a season of “Scandal.” An erotic lesbian romance, a scheming con-artist story and a period...
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