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In-su, a high school student, can see ghosts. Plagued by them everywhere he goes and harassed by classmates because of it, he returns to his hometown to live with his uncle and finally put the past to rest. No sooner does he arrive than he sees his first ghost there, a pretty girl; but, just like before, it's not just ghosts that affect his life. School bullies remain a problem, but soon along, the bullies start being attacked by a vengeful ghost wearing a bloody mask, and In-su starts to think that his new friend, the pretty ghost, may have something to do with it.Written by
Cindy Zimmer / edited by statmanjeff
Actor Kang Ha-neul had trouble not laughing during filming his scenes where his character In-soo interacts with Kim Jeong-tae's humorous character makes jokes, as In-soo was actually not supposed to find them funny. See more »
A palm print on the window?
Yeah. And it was bloody red. Totally surprised me during class.
That means there's a lot of grudge.
Is that what happens when there's a lot of grudge?
I guess you haven't really met those really scary ghosts?
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The Place You Left
Composed by G.O. Choe Hyeon-joon Avengers
Lyrics by G.O. Jung Byung-hee Dragon Choe Hyeon-joon Avengers
Performed by MBLAQ See more »
A less than mediocre swing and miss in the South Korean cinema...
Needless to say that I instantly jumped at the chance to watch "Mourning Grave" (aka "Sonyeogoedam") when I was given the chance, because I do like South Korean cinema quite a lot.
Right, well I must admit that this was a rather scrambled mess of a storyline, that didn't really have much coherency to it. And that sent a terrible blow to the movie; a blow that it never recovered from.
"Mourning Grave" is blessed with some good acting performances from an equally good cast. However, they were struggling an uphill and losing battle against a terrible storyline and equally terrible plot. And the fact that the storytelling in the movie was unfathomably slow really didn't help lift up the movie experience in any way.
The movie did have adequate effects, though.
This movie was not scary, not in the least bit. It was more of a supernatural drama than it was a horror movie. So the disappointment left a bitter tinge in my mouth once the movie ended.
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