A daring portrayal of a dysfunctional family that is as controversial as the films of Lars von Trier. Initially banned, the latest tour-de-force from Cannes-award winning director Kim Ki-duk plays like a warped Greek tragedy. A teenager is caught between his adulterous father and psychotic mother. An extreme act of revenge forces father and son to deal with its bloody aftermath. This pitch-black study of lust and guilt, circles this destructive family whilst questioning one's basic sexual desires. An outstanding and unforgettable work from the director of 'Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring.' The Toronto Film Festival described Moebius as bearing, "the clear mark of Kim's singular genius. It's a modern Greek tragedy bordering on psychological thriller, a pitch-black comedy, a crazy-weird depiction of pain-induced pleasure."