'The Victim's Game': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about thriller shot in autopsy lab
Joseph Chang and Tiffany Hsu play lead roles in the Taiwanese crime thriller set to come on Netflix
'The Victim's Game' is an upcoming Taiwanese show that will be streamed on Netflix.
The lead role will be played by Joseph Chang who was previously seen in Netflix's show 'Nowhere Man'.
Interesting news about the show is that the show was shot in a real autopsy lab and the shoot had to be stalled in between because actual autopsy had to be done.
The show will be available to stream on Netflix on April 30.
The official synopsis of the upcoming Taiwanese show is as follows: "After discovering his estranged daughter's link to mysterious murders, a forensic detective with Asperger's syndrome risks everything to solve the case."
Joseph Chang's character is that of a forensic investigator and he suffers from Asperger's Syndrome. He doesn't understand the rules that accompany cultivating social relationships and also concentrates mainly on his profession.
Chang is best known for his role in the critically acclaimed 2006 Taiwanese film 'Eternal Summer'. This film earned him two Golden Horse Awards nominations for Best Supporting Actor and Best New Performer and he portrayed the role of Yu Shouheng. He was also nominated in 2006, for Best Leading Actor in a Mini-series at the 41st Golden Bell Awards for his role as Paul in 'Corner of Auction World'.
Actor Tiffany Hsu plays the role of an investigative reporter who was originally a paparazzi. The character is claustrophobic and a nervous smoker who crosses many lines to get a lead in her investigation or her story.
Hsu started her career as a model, then turned into a VJ for MTS Taipei after which she began her career in acting. Her performance as Doris in the Taiwanese film 'Design 7 Love' earned her the Golden Horse Award nomination for Best New Performer. Tiffany also appeared in the drama series 'The Way We Were', for which she won a Golden Bell Award for Best Supporting Actress.
The trailer of the show released by Netflix doesn't reveal too much about the show and all we see is a string of scenes that indicate a crime scene being investigated. There is a lot of blood, people screaming and that is all that the trailer reveals about the upcoming Taiwanese show.
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