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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 Peter Hutchings
provided a compelling portrayal of Korea's notoriously tough educational system, while Janghwa, Hongryeon (A Tale of Two Sisters) ...
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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