A recently widowed TV producer is drawn to an isolated cabin in a mysterious woods.

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Kang Min
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Min Su-jin
Kyung-hun Kang ...
Hwang, Su-yeong
Hyeong-seong Jang ...
Choi, Seong-hyeon
Byung-ho Son ...
Kim Cheol-ju
Seung-kil Jeong
Won-sang Park
Yeong Yun
Yeong-jae Kim
Seong-cheol Jang
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A recently widowed TV producer is drawn to an isolated cabin in a mysterious woods.

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Rated R for strong sexuality and violence, and for language | See all certifications »

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3 September 2004 (South Korea)  »

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Spider Forest  »

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It's one of the best!
19 March 2005 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

Yeah... really! I liked this one. Maybe cause it was shot not in that usual Asian style with many 'kung fu' scenes and usual for temporary korean cinema brutality... I've bought this movie on DVD in Korea as "horror" but I wasn't disappointed by the delusion of a salesman. Mysteries of human memory are much more entertaining, than various histories about vampires or phantoms (english name "Spider Forest" leads us on similar allusions, doesn't it?) Despite on some lacks in the screenplay and some affectation of several characters (unfortunately Ilgon Song could not overcome a temptation to include a brutal policeman in his action), this movie is a real success of this talented director.


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