A Tale of Two Sisters (DVD)
Directed by Ji-woon Kim
Su-mi and Su-yeon return home after an extended hospital stay. Things have not been the same since their mother passed away. Their return is welcomed by their stepmother Eun-joo. Su-mi, the older and stronger of the two, isnt afraid to speak her mind, Su-yeon is more timid and wary of their stepmother and looks to Su-mi for help. Continually picked on and harassed by their stepmother, the two have no choice but to endure the relationship for their fathers sake. Su-mi promises Su-yeon that she will never let their stepmother beat them again. Unexplainable things start to occur at the house. Could it be their stepmother trying to torment them, or is a more sinister supernatural force at work?
DVD Extras Include:
Director, Cinematographer, and Lighting Director Commentary
Commentary with Director and Stars of the Film
Original Promotional Footage
Hidden Feature: A Letter from Su-Yeon
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"There's a reason why Hollywood has been so busy in recent years remaking Asian horror movies. Scare for scare, they're generally better." - Renee Graham, Boston Globe
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