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The cellist and teacher Mi-Ju Hong is invited by her colleague and friend Sun-Ae to assume the position of professor in her renowned institution, and gives an invitation to the concert of Hae-Young Kim, the little sister of her former school best friend Tae-Yeon Kim who died in a car accident. Before leaving the building, she is threatened by a former student that failed in her test. While driving home, she escapes from an accident on the road and once at home, she has a surprise birthday party with her husband and prosecutor Jun-Ki, her daughters the slow Yoon-Jin and the young Yoon-Hye Song, and her sister-in-law Kyung Ran, whose fiancée is in Manhattan in a MBA course. On the next morning, her husband hires the dumb housekeeper Ji-Sook, a very weird woman. While shopping with Yoon-Jin, the girl is fascinated in a cello and Mi-Ju buys the instrument. After the mysterious death of her dog Sunny, creepy events happen with Mi-Ju, jeopardizing her family, while she insistently listens ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Scary scary I love me some Asian horror American horror films always just have jumpy scary parts that give you an adrenaline rush for about a split second. Asian horror really doesn't have jumpy They pay more attention to scaring you in a way that lingers and builds up the more you think about it
This one is a pretty simple story of a Mom/Musician with a lingering guilty conscience. For some reason, things start to go all wrong for her. She can't seem to get the job she wants. One of her students tells her that she's not a good instructor. Plus, she starts having some issues at home when her husband hires a house keeper.
The way the story was told was very creepy And some of the events that happen are just down right disturbing. But, that's not to uncommon in Asian horror If you like horror films DON'T miss this one! It's great.
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