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Paradise Villa (2001)

The comings and goings of an eccentric and often pitiable group staying at the Paradise Villa.

Director:

Jong-won Park
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Cast

Credited cast:
Han-jun Jo Han-jun Jo ... Twenty-years-old
You-Mi Ha You-Mi Ha ... Piano Teacher
Hak-Cheol Kim Hak-Cheol Kim ... Host
Dong-hun Shin Dong-hun Shin ... Longlegs
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Croot Jason Croot ... Sun
Min-a Jang Min-a Jang
Seung-chae Lee Seung-chae Lee ... (as Ji-seon Lee)
Si-eun Park Si-eun Park
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Storyline

The story opens with a young man playing internet games. Suddenly his face darkens and he begins to pound the keys nervously. His face changes to despair as he reads a message from another user. "Mr. 20-years old, do you have all the items?" The reply is: "I need one more." We next enter the lives of the residents of the Paradise Villa as a mystery unfolds. Written by Thomas Giammarco <giammarcoken@hanmail.net>

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Real Time. Real Thriller

Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

30 November 2001 (South Korea) See more »

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Cinevision See more »
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Color
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Invited for Competition Section of the Pusan International Film Festival See more »

Alternate Versions

Paradise Villa is being re-released on November 17th, 2001 with a running time of 95 minutes. See more »

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Perfect!
20 August 2002 | by yjodrySee all my reviews

Scary and disturbing as hell, the kind of movie that makes Panic room look like a movie for your little sister! One of the best "huis-clos" I have ever seen, don't miss it! Too radical to be a Hollywood movie, the kind of movie everyone should show to those kids who still think that the sixth sense (not the wonderful Michael Mann version of the Thomas Harris world, no, I'm talking about the director of the probably overestimated Signs and of the highly underrated Unbreakable) is frightening! And I'm not talking about monsters or ghosts, I'm talking about human beings...probably the scariest monsters of all time!


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