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Japanese (English subtitles)
Director Hideo Nakata brought the new wave of Japanese horror movies to the attention of western viewers with the terrifying Ring and, like that film, Dark Water builds up an atmosphere of creeping dread before delivering its horrifying shocks. Yoshimi, a young mother in the midst of a divorce, moves into a dilapidated apartment block and finds an ominous damp patch forming on her ceiling. She discovers it comes from a leak in the apartment upstairs where a young girl, the same age as her own daughter, used to live.
Chilling Japanese horror in which a journalist watches a cursed videotape which condemns anyone who sees it to die exactly a week later.
14+ years 91 mins
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