A Tale Of Two Sisters

A Tale Of Two Sisters
A Tale Of Two Sisters

Year

2003

Duration

109 minutes

Genres

Drama, Horror

Language

Korean (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Sisters Su-Mi and Su-Yeon return home after a period of hospitalisation following the death of their mother. They are welcomed home by their father but when things start going bump in the night, a sense of impending dread quickly builds. But are the strange goings-on caused by the disturbed girls, their wicked stepmother or by a supernatural being? This slick horror, based on a Korean folktale, will keep you guessing (and glued to your seat) until the very end.

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15 Classification

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains moderate horror and violence.

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