In-soo is having
a difficult time with high school. He has trouble concentrating on
his studies and certainly does not have the chance to enjoy life of
a normal teenager. That's because he sees ghosts. And when they discover
he can see them, they approach him for help. The more In-soo tries
to help them, the more frequently they come with impossible demands.
His uncle advises him to leave the big city and move back in his hometown.
Further, Uncle tells In-soo to act as if he can't see the ghosts at
all. The boys tries to follow his Uncle's advice but it's not so easy,
especially when the ghost of a bullied schoolgirl pleads with him
for help. When fellow classmates begin to disappear, In-soo decides
things have gone too far and he needs to get involved.
This is the debut
project for South Korean filmmaker Oh In-chun. And the movie was a
surprise hit throughout Asia in the summer of 2014. It is reminiscent
of other Korean horror productions, especially WHISPERING
BLOODY REUNION and DEATH
BELL. But it's still surprisingly effective on many levels.
A Korean film with English subtitles;
uncut (90 mins)
widescreen format, DVDs encoded for ALL REGION NTSC,
playable on any American DVD machine.
Extras include theatrical trailer.
For Mature Audiences