Horror magazine Fangoria wrote about the film Stoker, that looks as if Terrence Malick shot a hitchcockian thriller. The reviewer, however, for this analogy he didn't have to climb up to the tree of life, because the real director is no less important, the director's personality, the creator of the Oldboye, Poor lady Vengeance and Thirst, Park Chan-wook. The eagerly awaited new presents his first project filmed in America with hollywood stars. However, unlike other south Korean director stars Kim Jee-woona, whose hit across the pond only brought more senile Arnold to the Final, Park had in the implementation of self-selected scenarios significantly more creative freedom. His cultivated the lessons of the horrors and anxiety of adolescence is about an eighteen year old India Stoker, who, after the death of his father finds himself in hamlet's situation. Her mother in the family mansion invites the mysterious uncle Charlie, and by no means is not hiding the affection towards him. His attention is however turning more to India. Macabre, dreary and black-humor drama set in the strange timelessness fascinates above all a comprehensive mood full of tension, which concentrated the famous performances of Mia Wasikow, Nicole Kidman and Matthew goode's murder. Like the previous Park's films and this bewitches impressive color palette and troubling image compositions of the director's permanent cinematographer Chung Chung-hoon. The overall hypnotic effect is even enhanced by the music of Clint Mansell.