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10 films starring the house

Director: Kim Ki-duk
Players: Seung-Yun Lee, Hee Jae, Hyuk-ho Kwon
Type: Drama
IMDb: 8,0

Tae-suk (Hee Jae), who lives a nomadic life on his motorcycle, follows people who leave their homes for a certain period of time for various reasons, such as holidays. Tae-Suk, who creates other lives in apartments that he finds empty, pays off his debt to homeowners by repairing appliances that do not work during his stay at home. Tae-Suk, who is about to make a short life for himself again in an apartment he finds, realizes that he is not alone here…


Director: Alejandro Amenábar
Players:  Nicole Kidman, Christopher Eccleston, Fionnula Flanagan
Type: Tension, Fear
IMDb: 7,6

Grace (Nicole Kidman), who lost her husband in the war, lives with her children in New Jersey. He gives jobs to people who come to Grace Manor, who live in a rather dark house because of their children's allergies to the sun. One day, because of the fog that collapses, the house is disconnected from the outside world. Grace and her children are alone in this dark mansion with employees they can't trust. You can watch Netflix.


Director: David Fincher
Players: Jodie Foster, Kristen Stewart, Forest Whitaker 
Type: Stress
IMDb: 6,8

Meg Altman (Jodie Foster), who has just separated from her husband, buys an old house with her daughter so that she can establish a new order for herself. While exploring the house, he realizes that there is a private room inside the House. From this room, which is equipped with advanced security systems, you can also observe every point of the house through cameras. After three men break into the House, Meg and her daughter take refuge in this room, waiting for difficult moments.


Director: Bong Joon Ho
Players: Kang-ho Song, Sun-kyun Lee, Yeo-jeong Cho 
Type: Comedy, Drama, Thriller
IMDb: 6,8

Another feature of Parasit, which was nominated in 6 branches and marked the 2019 Academy Awards, is that for the first time in the history of the Oscars, a non-English production won the ‘Best Film Award'. The parasite focuses on two different families, the poor and the rich. On one side is the rich Park family, and on the other is the poor Kim family. Director Bong Joon Ho expertly and surprisingly tells the story of these two families whose paths somehow intersect, focusing on class differences and family relationships. You can watch Netflix.


Director: Ridley Scott
Players:  Russell Crowe, Abbie Cornish, Albert Finney
Type: Comedy, Drama, Romance
IMDb: 7,0

Max Skinner (Russell Crowe) goes to Provence to sell the vineyard he inherited from his uncle. Thinking that the sale will go smoothly, Skinner meets a woman here who claims that the vineyard belongs to her. Although it bothers Skinner at first, as time passes, he begins to experience the most pleasant days of his life. Adapted from Peter Mayle's book, the film gives the audience quite pleasant moments. 


Director: David Pastor, Àlex Pastor
Players: Javier Gutiérrez, Mario Casas, Bruna Cusí
Type: Stress
IMDb: 6,4

The life of Javier Munoz (Javier Gutiérrez), a successful manager, is turned upside down when he is suddenly unemployed. Javier, who could no longer pay for the house in which he lived with his family, had no choice but to sell his house. Realizing that he has the Keys after selling his house, Javier sets out a diabolical plan to get his old life back. One of the best movies of the last period, this production can be watched on Netflix.


Director: Alejandro Agresti
Players: Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Christopher Plummer  
Type: Drama, Romance
IMDb: 6,8

Living a quiet life in her lakeside home, Kate (Sandra Bullock) is forced to leave her beloved home for another job offer. He leaves a note to the tenant who will live in the house after him to send letters on his behalf. New tenant Alex (Keanu Reeves) agrees with this request. An impossible love begins to arise between the duo when there is a strange time shift decisively.


Director: Jim Sheridan 
Players:  Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts
Type: Drama, Thriller
IMDb: 6,0

The film, written by David Loucka, tells the suspenseful story of a family who move to Connecticut and think they have found the ideal home for themselves. Although the house is what they want, the House has a dark secret: the former owners of the House fell victim to a terrible crime…


Director: Remi Weekes
Players: Sope Dirisu, Wunmi Mosaku, Malaika Wakoli-Abigaba
Type: Horror, Suspense, Drama
IMDb: 6,5

A young refugee couple fleeing war-ravaged Sudan settles in a small British town. Culturally, the couple tries to adapt themselves to the environment in some way. Finally placed in a house by the British government, the couple soon confront the terrible facts beneath the house and town where they are staying. You can watch Netflix.


Director: Mike Figgis
Players: Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone, Stephen Dorff 
Type: Stress
IMDb: 5,0

After a long struggle, the Tilson couple, who want to get away from city life and turn a clean sheet in their lives in a town house, finally finds their dream home.Juliette: The House has its own energy. With the House's horrific past covered up, the Tilson couple faces difficult moments as the previous owner of the House tries to get out of prison and get their house back.

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