• Movie: The Uninvited
  • Country: South Korea
  • Release Date: Jul 8, 2003
  • Duration: 2 hr. 6 min.
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older


  • Score: 6.2 (scored by 112 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #6475
  • Watchers: 303

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During a ride on the subway, Jeong Won sees two young girls asleep on the train. He notices that they are alone, but he has to get off on his stop. The next day, he learns that the girls were poisoned on the train. When he arrives home, he keeps seeing the girls. They keep haunting him and it's slowly driving him crazy. With the help of Yeon, the only other person able to see the children, Jeong Won tries to solve the mystery behind the two ghost children. Along the way, he finds out things from his past that he has forgotten. Add Synopsis In Portuguese

  • Country: South Korea
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Jul 8, 2003
  • Duration: 2 hr. 6 min.
  • Score: 6.2 (scored by 112 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #6475
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Feb 24, 2018
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Overall 6.0
Story 5.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 4.5
The  story has a nice premise, that is, on paper, as Eong-Won sits exhausted  on the subway after an obviously long day at work, when a woman forces  one of her two children on the bench next to him - opposite the other . Both  get their biscuits to eat - when the interior decorator wakes up at the  final stop, the children are still sitting across from each other, but  completely alone and immobile. The  next day, Jeong-Won, who is about to get married, discovers that the  children were poisoned by their own mother - the next day he sees the  children again: at the new kitchen table that his future Hee-Eun just  set for him. Are these just hallucinations due to his fresh head wound he suffered at work, or does he actually see ghosts? However,  it gets really strange when the suffering of narcolepsy Yeon also  happens to see children and unconsciously reveals it. From  now on, it is necessary to clarify what is happening with the spirits  of the deceased and if he can see them only because of an incident of  his past ... The cold colors of the monotonous world are transported  clean through the image and the Compression runs discreetly in the background. Sharpness is also quite good, although in detail, optimal values are not always delivered. The contrast is good - with bright backgrounds, there is a bit of noise at a closer inspection. The  sound is transported cleanly and on both tracks there is a good  intelligibility of the dialogue - from the available subtitles, the  viewer does not need to use a good synchronization. In  general, what is heard is limited to the front channels, but the lack  of directionality is due to silent film and poor mismatch. Although  certain tonal effects and the highest and highest soundtrack could be  placed, but that would not necessarily have found the film.

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