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The Jangsan Tiger, who mimics human voices to lure them close, encounters a family affected by the creature.

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Jung Huh

Writer:

Jung Huh
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jung-ah Yum ... Hee-yeon
Hyuk-kwon Park Hyuk-kwon Park ... Min-ho
Jin Heo Jin Heo ... Sun-ja
Rin-Ah Shin Rin-Ah Shin ... Girl
Yu-sul Bang Yu-sul Bang ... Jun-hee
Jun Hyeok Lee Jun Hyeok Lee ... Middle-aged man
Hae-yeon Kil Hae-yeon Kil ... Kim Mu-nyeo
Yul Lee Yul Lee ... Detective Kim
Ju-won Lee Ju-won Lee ... Jeong-su
Soo-Yeong Park Soo-Yeong Park ... Min-ji
Susanna No Susanna No ... Constable Min
Ji-Hoon Jung Ji-Hoon Jung ... Jun-seo
Chae-eun Lee Chae-eun Lee ... Hyo-jeong
Jae-won Hwang Jae-won Hwang ... Hyo-min
Liu Jang Liu Jang ... Ji-hye
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The Jangsan Tiger, who mimics human voices to lure them close, encounters a family affected by the creature.

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Do not trust what you hear.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

17 August 2017 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Mimic: No sigas las voces See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Creepy Kid, But Not Much Else
14 September 2017 | by macready85See all my reviews

This movie feels like it's been edited to the bone - there are a bunch of unrelated story elements which pop up throughout, yet go nowhere, and instead of complementing the plot, they just muddy the waters and make the story confusing. Some characters are introduced with apparently important information to reveal, but with absolutely no context as to how they know what they do, or why other characters should even listen to them. Characters affected by the mimic can experience various physical responses, one of which seems quite dire, but the experience just ends as if incomplete and leaves you wondering what happened to the character afterwards.

The most definitive element of the film is the acting of the young girl playing the mimic. She's hard not to like, making the viewer's response conflicting with the scenes that follow, and engaging you to wonder what she will do next. Unfortunately though, the constant plot holes and character actions which simply don't make sense detract from this being anything other than a forgettable horror flick.


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