Ib and Boum decide to commit suicide together in Bangkok in 1997. After Boum went against her promise, Ib's revengeful ghost returns 20 years later to haunt Boum and her 15-year-old daughter, Bell.
The Promise does not satisfy after watching. All horror segments are gospel in three quarters of the movie, but to the end of the accelerator pedal is loosened to make you feel responsible. Especially with the choice of the end of the selected story, which also seems typically "Hollywood" thing. As a result, the cinema effect seemed bitter on the tip of the tongue. In contrast to the film has a very strong and dark atmosphere. He also does not wisely take advantage of scare scenes and the presence of supernatural characters. The Ib characters haunting Boum and Ib are even silhouetted less than five times. Without attention and emotion you can not feel the supernatural terror faced by the characters in this movie.
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