[Reporter Han Hyeon-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
Netflix’s original series ‘Move to Heaven’ will be released on May 14th.
‘Move to Heaven’ is a Netflix original series about the process by which Gru, a keepsake organizer with Asperger’s syndrome, and his guardian, Sang-gu, help the last movers of the deceased and deliver stories they couldn’t tell the rest instead.
It is a work inspired by the non-fiction essay “Things Left After Leaving,” by Kim Sae-byul, the first generation keepsake organizer in Korea. Director Kim Seong-ho of “The Perfect Way to Steal Dogs” and writer Yoon Ji-ryun of “Angel Eyes” united. Lee Je-hoon, Tang Jun-sang, Hong Seung-hee, and special actors Ji Jin-hee and Lee Jae-wook were also expected to come early as a lineup of actors who will perform hot roles with sincere acting.
The released poster features Gru (Tang Joon-sang) and Sang-gu (Lee Je-hoon) walking down a quiet street. Gru and Sang-gu, a keepsake organizer helping the deceased who have passed away with a story that they could not tell, will tell the story through the keepsake organizer ‘MOVE TO HEAVEN’, and the future path they will walk together adds to the curiosity. .
The trailer released together begins with the appearance of Gru and Sang-gu facing the space of the person who left. Together with Gru’s voice, “I’m a keepsake organizer. I’ll start my last move from now.”
As a copy of “Every death has a story. Someone’s last story that has not been finished” is added over the space where the luggage is organized and desolate, Gru and Sang-gu will provide comfort and sympathy by conveying the stories and last greetings that they left behind to the rest of the world. The curiosity also grows in the story of It will be released to the world on May 14th, coming from Netflix.
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