Tartan Asia Extreme distributed some of the most important Asian cinema titles in the 2000's, and some of their DVDs are now available on the Terracotta store.
Kim Jee-Woon's beautifully shot horror is a masterpiece of Korean cinema.
Two sisters, Su-Mi and Su-Yeon return home from a mental institution following the death of their mother. They live with their father, and despised stepmother. No sooner have they returned than disturbing and inexplicable events start to occur: inanimate objects start to move of their own accord, and Su-Mi suffers from terrifying hallucinations, becoming convinced that the obsessive and unhinged Eun-Ju is keeping an awful secret from her and her sister.
Director: Kim Jee-won
Cast: Im Soo-jung, Moon Geun-young, Yum Jung-ah, Kim Kap-soo
Genre: Psychological Horror
Language: Korean (with English subtitles)
Country: South Korea
Runtime: 114 minutes
- UK exclusive Director Interview with Billy Chainsaw
- Commentary with Director, cinematographer and lighting director
- Commentary with Director and cast
- Original theatrical trailer
- Easter Egg: A Letter from Su-Yeon
- Behind the Scenes
- Cast Interviews
- Deleted Scenes with Commentary
- Post Production Documentaries
- to the View - Directors Analysis
- Psychiatrist's Perspective
- Easter Egg: A Letter from Su-mi