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A Tale of Two Sisters
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A Tale of Two Sisters 2003


description written by member Zara:

Two sisters who, after spending time in a mental institution, return to the home of their father and cruel stepmother.

Running Time:115 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsJi-woon Kim
Written By:
No image existsJi-woon Kim
Starring:
No image existsJung-ah Yum
No image existsSu-jeong Lim
No image existsSu-jeong Lim
No image existsKap-su Kim
No image existsGeun-yeong Mun

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A Tale of Two Sisters Movie Review by Jenny (6/7/2007)

I remember the first time I saw this movie. I had just gotten into Asian horror a few years back when Ju-On (not the Grudge) came out. I saw it in theaters, and it scared the bejeezus outta me like nothing ever had before. I scoured the internet for more *good* Asian horror (coming across tons of bad Asian horror), but...

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A Tale of Two Sisters Movie Review by Zara (3/12/2007)

Movies are hard to review when you don't speak the language. Comedies are easiest, as physical humor tends to be universal, regardless of lack of a grasp of the language. Dramas are a little rougher, since you have difficulty determining if an actor is over-reaching a scene or if there's just a lot of stress put on certain...

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