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A Tale of Two Sisters

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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.
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Jeff Meyers
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April 20, 2011

...boasts a suffocating atmosphere and a disjointed storyline that turns the screws on your nerves while leaving you to puzzle over the plot
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Jennie Punter

January 30, 2005

It may not be a pretty picture, but A Tale of Two Sisters is definitely a satisfying piece of less-is-more cinematic horror.
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John Terauds
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January 28, 2005

The gorgeous slow-moving cinematography by Lee Mogae is remarkable.
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Noel Murray

September 26, 2005

The film feels haunted by the relationship between Im and Moon, who cling to each other in the face of a hostile hostess, even though that may not be their best option.
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Jeff Shannon
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January 07, 2005

The film seems unnecessarily vague on a rational level, but it's spot-on as a psychological study of a twinlike sibling relationship, and the ways in which memory can suppress trauma and soothe a mourning soul.
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Steve Biodrowski
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July 09, 2008

Kim Jee-Woon's serious approach has its merits, but it also creates some problems that mar, without ruining, the film's effectiveness.
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Daniel Etherington
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September 26, 2007

A very tasty exercise in supernatural and psychological horror.
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Maitland McDonagh
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March 01, 2009

Kim Ji-woon's psychological skin-chiller painstakingly teases apart the traumas that bind a widower, his teen daughters... and his high-strung second wife in a suffocating web of guilt, suspicion and fear. The American remake, The Uninvited (2009), pales
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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April 29, 2009

It's truly a masterpiece in the end.
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Renee Graham
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February 25, 2005

There's a reason why Hollywood has been so busy in recent years remaking Asian horror movies. Scare for scare, they're generally better.
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Josh Larsen
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November 14, 2013

How much you appreciate the film will largely depend on how effective you feel its big revelation is.
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