Hebecta looks like a very good film and I look forward to seeing it. For those who don't know about post-mortem photography believe it or not was once a tradition in America, Europe, and other parts of the world centuries ago. Hebecta is about a couple who returns to their family home to have their wedding ceremony. See our and for details. The girl is exposed to a mysterious wedding, where it seems that the unusual practice of photographing the relatives of the dead during the mid-nineteenth century is the embodiment of the history of her husband's bad family. Today when you here about post-mortem photos, its mainly used for policing, morticians, and doctors.
It is based on a webcomic written by Yoon Mi Kyung. Moo Ra is a goddess from the Water Kingdom who has been living on Earth for hundreds of years. For those who are into 19th-century post-mortem photography, this is a real treat for you! Hebecta is a russian horror film directed by Svyatoslav Podgayevsky. . .
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