We're really fucking excited about this one. Park Chan-Wook's latest film, based on Sarah Waters' novel Fingersmith, tackles the all-too-often overlooked nuances of lesbian sexuality amidst the backdrop of 1930s Korea. An evocative, erotic thriller, The Handmaiden handles the subject with grace and tenderness. This isn't your classic soft-core erotica but rather a visually beautiful and thoughtful piece that is sure to intrigue - and we're fucking chuffed. Showing at Picturehouse Central, Curzon Soho, Odeon Covent Garden, Curzon Victoria, Curzon Aldgate, Electric Cinema Shoreditch, Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, Gate Cinema, Electric Cinema Notting Hill, Curzon Goldsmiths, The Barbican Centre, Rio Cinema, and probably a lot of others.