Korean mystery film “Madonna” graded with DaVinci Resolve

The film was made in the low key style using DaVinci Resolve’s tracking feature to automatically trace the characters’ faces accurately.


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Scene from the film Madonna

 

Beijing, China—Korean mystery film Madonna, which premiered as one of the official selections in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes Film Festival, was graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio by Eligio Kim at Seoul-based KT&G Sangsangmadang, says Blackmagic Design.

Written and directed by Shin Su-won, Madonna follows Moon Hye-rim (Seo Young-hee), an assistant nurse at a hospital, who is offered a deal by hospital supervisor Kim Sang-woo (Kim Young-min) to find the family of a brain dead girl nicknamed Madonna (Kwon So-hyun) and persuade them to donate the girl’s heart to Sang-woo’s paralysed father. Moon, however, uncovers Madonna’s extremely painful past as her investigation intensifies.



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