A scientist tries to invent a device that would access the memories of deceased people, in the hope of uncovering the truth about the death of his family.
This is called having a sense of timing. Chance or coincidence, when the phenomenon Squid Game has conquered the world of streaming on Netflix, the competitor Apple TV + has just unveiled the official trailer for Dr. Brain, his very first original South Korean series.
Based on the popular Hongjacga webtoon, Dr. Brain will see Lee Sun-Kyun (seen in Parasite) play the leading role in this thriller drama, which will be posted on November 4 on the Apple network. The trailer already shows us this Dr. Brain a scientist who is trying to invent a device that would access the memories of deceased people, in the hope of uncovering the truth about the death of his family.
Written and directed by Kim Jee-Woon, the six-part series is a production of Bound Entertainment.
The official pitch: “The brilliant brain specialist, Sewon, suffers a horrific personal tragedy when his family suffers a mysterious accident. Desperate to find out what happened, he goes to extraordinary lengths to solve this tragic mystery by performing ‘synchronizations cerebral ”with the dead to access their memories in search of clues.“