A Tale of Two Sisters
Dir. Kim Jee-won. 2003, 115 mins. 35mm. With Im Soo-jung, Moon Geun-young, Yeom Jeong-ah. This harrowing psychological thriller—the highest grossing K-horror film to date—set a new standard for the genre in its dreamlike evocation of sustained dread. Based on a Korean folktale, Kim Jee-woon’s film follows two teenage sisters whose dysfunctional relationship with their stepmother manifests itself in a series of horrific incidents.
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