A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters

A recently released patient from a mental institution returns home with her sister, only to face disturbing events between her stepmother and the ghosts haunting their house- all of which are connected to a dark past in the family's history.

After being institutionalized in a mental hospital, Korean teen Su-mi reunites with her beloved sister, Su-yeon, and they return to live at their country home. Strange, violent visions begin to disturb Su-mi and she becomes convinced that her stepmother is keeping a dark secret from the family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ronan S (jp) wrote: A watchable, clearly affectionate biopic about a very interesting man. It was a shame that Meek was only shown shouting or twiddling dials and making crazy noises.

Heikki L (ag) wrote: Tony Toddin nyttelytaidot ovat ala-arvoisia jopa b-elokuvaan. Tm elokuva perustuu pelkstn typerille taistelukohtauksille ja alastomiin naisvankeihin Piste.

Private U (de) wrote: Not funny in any way. A sad excuse for satire. Especially political satire, which is so easy to pull of nowadays.

John B (us) wrote: NOT a Christmas classic.

David A (br) wrote: It was so low budget you could see the cracks. It was very much what you would expect from Italian cinema from the era. Sort of an entertaining but bloody extended episode of Tales of the Unexpected.

Ham W (gb) wrote: Not worthy Of Oscar BP

Mary I (de) wrote: Having seen the Nick Jr. animated series when I was a child (and still wanting to buy a DVD of it if I can ever find it.) I really enjoyed this movie. I would have enjoyed it more for nostalgia's sake if it were a 2-d animated cartoon like what I saw when I was around 6-7, but I'll take it. They at least tried to keep the style as close as they could to the old cartoon. The humor was great. I laughed a bit throughout. I'll suspend my disbelief on the royal jelly part and try my best to unsee it as some kind of drug the queen must take. I enjoyed it mostly because I saw the cartoon series. I already knew some background. It was nice to compare. But to younger kids who haven't seen the cartoons, might not get some of the content or be as interested in the movie.

Ben B (fr) wrote: The music alone carries this film. The two leads have amazing chemistry and are natural fits for their roles (both are musicians). It isn't a cut-paste romance, either; the movie takes twists and turns along the way with major payoff. If you love music movies, this is a must-see.

Kim B (mx) wrote: Based on a true story and largely accurate, I found this film sad and also a general commentary of what tv and entertainment has become. This reminded me of the Network, but I liked this a lot better. If anything I think the American public demands even more a facade today. Look at whats popular: "reality tv," the Kardashians, celebrities with the best plastic surgery, filtered photographs on social media, singers who lip sync....etc. No one wants the truth for entertainment-thats boring. even when you know the stuff is fake we still like it. For instance, ive read memoirs that have turned out to have parts fabricated but i still liked the book. It just leaves a sour taste tho in your mouth and definitely is disappointing to find out. In any case, i liked the film better as it went on and dealt with more complicated issues like how this would affect the "little guys," questioning what does the public truly want, dealing with an accomplished family, and how no one seemed to tell the truth even Herbie. It does make me question other quiz shows, but while I now believe a lot of them have to be rigged to a certain extent and faked-I think this one was over the top fraud. It just gets you thinking a lot about how much fakery we allow and isnt even taboo anymore. Important movie and even more relevant today. At least, i think the public does deserve to know its fake if it is and then let us decide if we still like it. Especially this fake crap seems to be more dangerous nowadays with political news thats completely factitious and circles around social media as fact when no sources have been checked first.

Saku N (mx) wrote: Pretty funny. If there were fake boobs in this movie, this had to have been before "bigger is better" lol. Rob Morrow is kinda cute.