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Lee Je-hoon, Tang Joon-sang are trauma cleaners in Move to Heaven

Netflix series Move to Heaven: We are Trauma Cleaners has released a new poster and teaser. Lee Je-hoon (Taxi Driver) stars as the guardian of Tang Joon-sang (Crash Landing on You), a trauma cleaner who has Asperger’s syndrome.

The drama was inspired by nonfiction essay, “Things that are left behind after they leave,” by one of the first traumer cleaners, Kim Sae-byul. Going from home to home, cleaning the possessions of people who have passed away, Lee Je-hoon and Tang Joon-sang learn the stories of those possessions and help convey the messages the deceased wanted to express in their last moments. The poster shows Lee Je-hoon and Tang Joon-sang walking on a street on a bright spring day. Cherry blossom petals fall around them, as Tang Joon-sang follows behind Lee Je-hoon, carrying a box of possessions.

In the teaser, the camera zooms in on Tang Joon-sang putting on his headphones. He introduces himself as “Han Geu-ru, a trauma cleaner.” Lee Je-hoon watches him from behind, as Tang Joon-sang prepares to help the deceased with their final “move.” Item by item, Tang Joon-sang and Lee Je-hoon pack everything up, and once the camera finishes panning around the room, it’s empty.

A close-up shot of Tang Joon-sang is shown with his eyes closed. A worn watch disappears; the family in a sentimental photo disappear as copy appears onscreen:

“Every death as a story to tell
We light your untold stories so they can live on”

Tang Joon-sang’s eyes open, and Lee Je-hoon smiles as if he is proud of him. Tang Joon-sang closes up the box that contains a room with a miniature of himself doing the same thing. In the final narration, Lee Je-hoon says, “We are Move to Heaven

If that warm-hearted teaser wasn’t enough to entice you, you can also look forward to some special cameos by Ji Jin-hee (Undercover) and Lee Jae-wook (Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol).

Directed by Kim Sung-ho (How to Steal a Dog) and written by Yoon Ji-ryun (Angel Eyes), human interest drama Move to Heaven will premiere on Netflix on May 14.

Via Xports News

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This looks good!

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I will watch this because I need to inspire 2017 nonfiction(?) book The Trauma Cleaner where Sarah Pankhurst was a trauma cleaner. I didn't believe that trauma cleaners are nothing new.

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Great trailer. I passed on Lee Je-hoon’s TAXI DRIVER but I in plan to check out his MOVE TO HEAVEN.
MISSING: THE OTHER SIDE was one of my favorite dramas of last year.
The trailer gave me a little bit of the same vibe from MISSING.

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i am so ready for a drama that depicts something other than constant action to fill up the hour or nonsensical people controlling the world and each other. i want it to say something!

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Except for "believing" (assuming) that when you die, you go to heaven... I really like this plot.
Personally, I believe in the resurrection, and I am sure, every resurrection will bring within a story, and maybe the angels (don't know) will help us as trauma cleaners... because dying is a traumatic experience in itself. Let alone most of the time, our lives are hard enough without dying...
Very very interesting.

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"Except for "believing" (assuming) that when you die, you go to heaven... I really like this plot." Someone had to say it. Maybe something more ambiguous like Moving might've better, lol jk. But yeah, I'm sure for agnostic or atheists, heaven doesn't exist. But that's another topic/debate lol. Hopefully this show doesn't become too overtly manipulative w/ its emotions/too preachy. Give me Six Feet Under: Korean Version!!!

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