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After ten years of marriage, Do-il (Kim Jin-geun) and Mi-sook (Shim Hye-jin) live a seemingly happy and secure life together. Unable to conceive, they decide to adopt Jin-sung (Moon woo-bin), a young boy that Mi-sook is drawn to after seeing his Munch-like paintings. Quiet and introverted, Jin-sung spends most of his time playing underneath the Acacia tree in their backyard, away from the family. When Mi-sook becomes miraculously pregnant, he becomes even more detached. As the once-dead Acacia tree in the backyard begins to bloom, terrible accidents begin to tear the household apart. Is it Jin-sung, or something far more sinister?
Mi-sook (Shim Hye-jin, one of my favorite Korean actresses) and Do-il (Kim Jin-geun) are a married couple in their mid-30s having trouble conceiving a child of their own, so they... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Chris Charles
Acacia, also released as Root of Evil was just OK.
In the film, a couple who've been having a hard time getting pregnant over the last ten years, decide to adopt a... Read more
A movie that has many twists and turns that keep you watching.Published 5 months ago by V. E. Pushchak
Very good movie, i hoped to know more about the childs origin and the reason of his extrange behavior but it was a good moviePublished 16 months ago by Ana gabriela
I found the packaging well done.Affordable price and fast posting.I enjoyed this film and recommend it to other viewers.
I didn't really enjoy this movie; it's not a real horror, but a good mystery of sorts. The acting is good. I loved the grandpa. Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by CoC Believer
one special item, is recommended for any collector should not miss in any collection, really worth to buy it, I give it 5 starsPublished on April 18, 2013 by Carlos
Then this is for you. They put into a category of horror bur it's really more of a melodrama with some supernatural elements. Read morePublished on December 24, 2010 by GreatMovieCriticForever