Mon seung (Diary)

2006

Mon seung (Diary)

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A mentally disturbed girl mistakes a man on the street for the boyfriend who walked out of her life without a sound, only to find out just how deceiving appearances can be in director Oxide Pang's mind-bending psychological thriller. Winnie Leung (Charlene Choi) is a rather plain girl who spends most of her days in her apartment cooking, carving wooden dolls, and waiting quietly alone for her boyfriend, Seth (Shawn Yue), to return. One day, after recording Seth's furtive departure in her diary, Winnie ventures out onto the streets and makes acquaintances with a kind and handsome stranger named Ray (also Yue) after mistaking him for the missing Seth. Later revealing over lunch that Seth had apparently been killed in a tragic car accident, Winnie and Ray form a warm bond, and she eventually invites him to move in with her. As Winnie and Ray gradually begin to grow closer, the parallels between her new relationship with Ray and her old relationship with Seth begin to shed an entirely different light on the events of the recent past.

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  • Nov 17, 2009
    This movie had a plot that we see a lot of. It's a pyschological thriller, and it has a lot to do with with halusinations. It's not very scary, and the twists become predictable as the film goes on. I liked the cinematography. The lighting of the apartment was done very well, and it went well with the mood. It balnced the eerie atmosphere. The camera angles worked well also. The music kinda ruined it though. The acting from Charlene Choi was terrible, she's such a bad actor. Isabella Leong was a good supporting actress, and Shawn Yue was also good. Their characters did really matter, I found them a bit uninteresting. You don't care for them at all. This is a decent to bad thriller. The twists are predictable, but they pack it up with these things that it starts to get confusing.
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