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Pluto movie rating: yellow light

Pluto yellow light

The murderous doings of a secret society of elite students at an ultracompetitive Korean high school brings a socially aware twist to the horror genre, but the film ultimately fizzles as a cultural cautionary tale.
I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

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UK/Ire release: Jun 06 2014

BBFC: rated 15 (strong violence, suicide theme)

viewed in 2D
viewed at a private screening with an audience of critics

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