A Tale Of Two Sisters
Janghwa, Hongryeon

A Tale Of Two Sisters - Janghwa, Hongryeon
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Graciela

Atmospheric, great aesthetics but ultimately empty and pointless. It tries to be a ghost story, a family drama and an insight into a troubled mind but eventually fails in all of them. Too slow, incoherent, and with many plot holes. Definitely, not a good example of Asian cinema for me.

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Stephen

I loved this movie when I stumbled on it a few years back and after watching the American remake, I appreciate it even more. The atmosphere and build makes it that much more impactful than The Uninvited and sticks with you far longer.

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Melia

I really like this movie, but its hard to enjoy with the bad quality!

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Tim

Well acted and visually aesthetic but not one bit suspenseful / scary and the most incomprehensible film I have ever seen. Only the second Korean film I've seen, the first being a terrific adaptation of Dangerous Liaisons. This film is a distant second. Won the Sitges film festival? Well ...Read more

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Alexandra

This movie introduced me to some of the most amazing Korean horror films I have ever seen and now that I have seen A LOT of them I still believe this is one of the best.

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Cruz

Same here. A Tale of Two Sisters and Oldboy were my gateway into South Korea's incredible stories and unique cinema.

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Edward

Young Su-mi has issues with her wicked stepmother, or something. Uneven and jumbled plot. Beautiful cinematography. Two stars.

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Lindsay

A house is not a home, it's a structure. And the lush, ornately decorated house in TALE OF TWO SISTERS is a very haunted structure indeed. In this celebrated classic of contemporary Korean cinema (originally titled "Rose Flower, Red Lotus," in reference to a particularly gruesome Korean ...Read more

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Teresa

A very sad, thought provoking story. I still loved it a second time around.

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Andres

The reoccuring music is incredibly beautiful and eerie and oh wow, what are people's thoughts? Might need to rewatch

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Mary

Anyone have an opinion, review?

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JORDANA

seriously, i keep seeing you on all the good film threads. just had to say, PROPS! this is a good one.

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