A Tale of Two Sisters Reviews
This film blends the beautiful Korean surroundings with a dark dysfunctional family atmosphere. Over the two hours you will a film so precisely done that all the scares are in the right places and it's not rushed, which is a frequent problem with modern day horrors. Sometimes, less gore is more and that is certainly the case with Tale of Two Sisters. The awkward relationship between the sisters and their parents, the constant questions at the beginning as why she was sectioned and the overall psychological experience makes this a film not to be missed.
What actually scares me the most about this one: You're not entirely sure what happened at first, and begin to think about the plot alot more. Then, when you finally get it, you know the makers of this movie deliberately made you feel the same way Su-mi must have felt. The psychological part of this movie is the real horror.
El suspenso muy bien logrado, espectacularmente actuada y en general está bien realizada, pero quizá necesitamos mejor desarrollo de los personajes o más tiempo con ellos como para que nos importe un poco qué mierda es lo que les pasa.
The cinematography is exceptional and the overall atmosphere is maintained throughout. Genuinely unnerving scenes provide the scares over basic formulatic jumps and the cast are all excellent. The intricate and weaving plot will keep you guessing right up until the double twist ending - which is the best in the genre - but will leave the audience with unnanswered questions. Repeat viewings will be required. A must see.