SECRET ZOO Arrives on DVD and Digital November 10

Oct 19, 2020 Posted by in DVD/Blu-ray, Press Releases | Comments


Comes To DVD & Digital Platforms on November 10th

Written by SON Jae-gon, LEE Yong-jae, & KIM Dae-woo
Directed by SON Jae-gon

Dissatisfied with his temp position at a well-known law firm, attorney Tae-su takes an unexpected assignment to help revitalize a failing zoo. Seeing this as a chance to prove himself and move up in the firm, Tae-su discovers instead that the zoo in fact has no real animals. What’s worse, he only has 3 months to turn around a seemingly lost cause into a golden opportunity. Enlisting the help of the zoo’s bewildered staff, he comes up with an unorthodox solution: have the humans dress up as animals and put on a show for guests. And when a video of Tae-su in full polar bear outfit goes unexpectedly viral, the zoo suddenly finds itself the center of attraction for thousands of visitors. But Tae-su’s achievements may be undercut by the very firm he thought he was helping, and he’ll have to make a decision between loyalty to the corporate success he so long dreamed for and his newfound sense of fulfillment at this most unusual of zoos.


Written by SON Jae-gon, LEE Yong-jae, KIM Dae-woo
Directed by SON Jae-gon
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean original with English subtitles and English dub available
Genre: Comedy
Distributor: MPI Media Group + Capelight Pictures
Produced by: KIM Sung-hwan
Cast: AHN Jae-hong, KANG So-ra, PARK Young-kyu, KIM Sung-oh, JEON Yeo-been, PARK Hyuk-kwon, SEO Hyun-woo, JANG Seung-jo
Run Time: 117m


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About capelight pictures
Founded in 2004, capelight pictures is a Berlin-based distributor. Their first theatrical release in the U.S. market was the Korean action drama Ashfall. Further releases in the U.S. include The Man Standing NextSecret Zoo and the Russian sci-fi movie Attraction.

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