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Body #19 is an interesting Thai Horror Movie with pretty stunning visuals. There are several pretty stunning scenes, most surrounding the central long haired female ghost, but compared with other Asian horror movies of that kind they propped up the scare scenes with loads of great visual effects. Scenes like when the ghost appears in the museum with hundreds of butterflies or the finale sure are eye candy. The whole cinematography of the movie is great. The movie revolves around a guy who lives with his sister and starts having strange dreams about a woman being murdered and her ghost haunting him to find her body. From here a very slow unfolding of the story begins which inter-cuts between several characters that are brought together in the end with a twist that to me seemed pretty forced. At least I have seen the Multipersonlity-Disorder twist done way better in other movies while here many loose ends are not connected but typically for Thai movies mixed with a pretty cheesy love-story and even cheesier music. The whole thing starts really promising, then gets a little hard to watch for its endless lag in playing time and in the end turns out to be a rather messy mix of nice ideas that just don't fit. There is ghost scares, not too little blood, great CGI effects and loads of drama and psychology mixed in. Some of the scenes could have become classics if the movie wasn't so stretched and disjointed. Anyway, if you are into great visuals Body #19 still is worth watching.
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