A Normal Family

Southeast Asian Premiere

HUR Jin-ho South Korea 2023 116 min NC16 (Some Coarse Language)

In this gripping drama, tragedy strikes when two brothers have their morals tested upon discovering their children’s dreadful secret.

Brothers Jae-wan and Jae-gyu hold clashing values. One is a successful criminal lawyer who has no qualms defending murderers, and the other, a compassionate and loving surgeon. When they discover a dreadful secret of their two teenage children, their values are profoundly challenged. To what lengths will parents go to protect their children?

Based on Herman Koch’s international bestseller, The Dinner, Hur Jin-ho’s A Normal Family complicates the dichotomies of good and bad, inherited values and individual choice, while tackling themes of class, privilege and nepotism. With arresting performances and a gripping pace, this drama of moral quandaries questions our stances on the things we love.

3 Dec, Sun 2:00PM / 116 min

National Museum Singapore, Gallery Theatre


Screening are free seating & first-come, first-serve basis. All ticket purchasers are kindly asked to be on time and note the 10-min grace period.

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A Normal Family

보통의 가족

HUR Jin-ho

South Korea




116 min

NC16 (Some Coarse Language)

Southeast Asian Premiere

HUR Jin-ho

South Korean director HUR Jin-ho’s films have travelled the world. He is known
for Christmas in August (1998), which premiered at Cannes and competed at SGIFF, One Fine Spring Day (2001), which premiered at Rotterdam, and Dangerous Liaisons (2012), which screened at Cannes. A Normal Family premiered at Toronto.

SUL Kyung-gu
JANG Dong-gun
KIM Hee-ae
Claudia KIM

KIM Won-kuk

PARK Eun-kyo
PARK Joon-seok


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