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- "A Tale of Two Sisters" a.k.a. "The Uninvited" is a 2009 American psychological horror film, also a remake of the 2003 South Korean K-Horror film A Tale of Two Sisters. It is unrelated to another 2003 Korean horror film, a 1944 American film, and a 2008 American film, all of which have the same name.
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- "A Tale of Two Sisters" is a 2003 South Korean psychological horror film written and directed by Kim Jee-woon. The film is inspired by a Joseon Dynasty folktale entitled "Janghwa Hongryeon jeon", which has been adapted to film several times. The plot focuses on two sisters who, after returning home from a psychiatric hospital, experience increasingly disturbing events involving both them and their stepmother.
- also known as Janghwa, Hongryeon; Rose and Lotus; DEUX SŒURS
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- producers: Oh Jeong-wan & Ki-min Oh
- executive producers: Choi Jae-won & Oh Jeong-wan
- art direction by Geun-hyeon Jo
- written by Kim Jee-woon
- cinematography by Lee Mo-gae
- edited by Hyeon-mi Lee
- music by Lee Byung-woo
- costume design by Su-gyeong Ok
- genres: Mystery, Horror, Psychological horror, Thriller, East Asian cinema, World cinema, Drama
- rating: R (USA)
- released on (12 years ago)
- official website: www.palisadestartan.com/Film.asp?ProjectID=%7B5799857A-3B27-4F49-8C56-CD127EC53853%7D&action=Select
- "A Tale of Two Sisters" is a 2004 short drama film written and directed by Van Elder.
"A Tale of Two Sisters" is a book by Anna Maxted.
- genre: Fiction
A Tale of Two Sisters a.k.a. Sincerity Moves Heaven is a 2013 South Korean television daily drama starring Park Se-young, Lee Hae-in, Yoo Gun, and Park Jae-jung. It aired on KBS1 from April 29 to November 1, 2013, airing every Monday to Friday at 20:25 for 135 episodes.
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by William Hughes, David Punter, Andrew Smith
The great majority of Korean horror films are classic ghost stories retold in modern urban settings: A Tale of Two Sisters (Ji-woon Kim 2003), Into the Mirror ( Seong-ho Kim); frequently inspired by folklore and European fairy tales: Cinderella ...
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