A Tale of Two Sisters (Janghwa, Hongryeon) (2003)
“All this movie score can be obtained due to its unique visual bill, typical of oriental horror productions, full of imagery and unsettling atmospheres. But the script is leaking everywhere, repeating situations and making the main character suggestion, without resolution, end and, worse, no intelligibility. The inevitable violence of South Korean films and brand director, Kim Jee-woon. Confused mother and stepmother, and sister living or sister dead: no female character that can not impersonate another like pieces of a puzzle unsolvable. The only thing that saves this section is the only male, the father. Here, the film is a good skill points: given the complexity feminine men are more than just.
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