Two obsessive-compulsives, a chef and an anorexic writer, are neighbors in an apartment building. The chef (301) tries to entice her neighbor to eat with fabulous meals. The writer (302) ...
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Jeong-won is a man with no memory of his childhood and his real family. At the beginning of the film he witnesses the deaths of two young girls. He begins seeing the girls dead bodies ... See full summary »
A student becomes a recluse in response to her best friend's suicide and locks herself in her room. She believes that someone is in the room with her. Her alarmed family hires a psychologist to intervene.
Two obsessive-compulsives, a chef and an anorexic writer, are neighbors in an apartment building. The chef (301) tries to entice her neighbor to eat with fabulous meals. The writer (302) refuses to eat, and this refusal begins a turbulent relationship that forces both women to delve into their pasts of torment.Written by
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What on EARTH is everyone talking about on here!!!!
I searched the 4 corners of the globe to find this movie. I had read the reviews, both on this site and elsewhere, and was REALLY excited to finally get my hands on the Hard-to-get DVD.
What a boring load of rubbish. I am such an enormous fan of the Asian cinema, and was, LONG before it became cool to be a fan of it.
Scenes that were supposed to shock were completely unbelievable, and EXTREMELY slow! To the point where they may well have raised my eyebrows but they took forever to happen and just lost ALL impact.
The acting was good, but the direction was just so lazy. What starts as a fantastic idea pretty much goes NOWHERE fast, and takes you from intrigued to bored and finally to annoyed that such an idea was wasted!
And as for the SHOCKING ending which will put you off food both during and after the viewing... NOTHING HAPPENS!!! It was unbelievably obvious!
True fans of horror and Asian cinema, I cant stress enough... SAVE your money. I could recommend over 100 better Asian nasties, or creepies.
2/10 (The idea itself is worth 5 but the execution actually takes points off!)
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