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YesAsia Editorial Description

The series that began with Whispering Corridors in 1998 continues in 2005 with Voice, this fourth installment in this popular horror franchise. Stepping into the director's chair for the sequel is filmmaker Choi Ik Kwan, who served as assistant director on the original film and brings his own unique vision to the well-established horror series. Like Whispering Corridors, Memento Mori (1999), and Wishing Stairs (2003) before it, this fourth movie centers on a chain of ghostly occurrences at an all-girl high school.

Also known by such alternative titles as Whispers and Voice Letter, this new film follows the story of Young Eon (Kim Ok Bin), a timid high school student who dies mysteriously while singing in the school's music room. But even in death, Young Eon's voice continues to be heard by her best friend, Sun Min (Seo Ji Hye). Although startled by this supernatural development, Sun Min adapts rather quickly to the situation and tries to uncover the reasons for her friend's untimely demise. But Sun Min's absolute faith in her dearly departed friend is soon shaken when a plague of mysterious deaths start to occur on campus! Are these murders Young Eon's doing? Or could the culprit be someone far more sinister? Featuring appearances by actresses Kim Seo Hyeong and Cha Ye Ryeon, filmmaker Choi Ik Kwan's Voice is the rare sequel that differs just enough from previous installments to stand on its own, yet still retains the basic elements of the original to lure faithful viewers back for more! Absolute horror lurks around every corner in this fourth addition to the Whispering Corridors saga!

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Product Title: Voice DTS Voice (DTS 版)(韓國版) Voice (DTS 版)(韩国版) 女子高怪談4 - 声 (韓国版) 여고괴담 4 : 목소리 DTS
Artist Name(s): Kim Ok Bin | Seo Ji Hye 金玉嬪 | 徐智慧 金玉嫔 | 徐智慧 キム・オクビン | ソ・ジヘ 김옥빈 | 서지혜
Release Date: 2005-09-26
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 104 (mins)
Publisher: Cinema Service
Other Information: 2 DVDs
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1004044988

Product Information

* Screen Format : Anamorphic Widescreen
* Sound Mix : Dolby 5.1 / dts
* DVD Type : N/A
* Extras :
- 코멘터리 with 최익환감독, 김용흥촬영감독
- 김창섭 사운드 슈퍼바이저, 김량진 CG 슈퍼바이져
- 코멘터리 with 전려경 PD, 김서형, 김옥빈, 서지혜, 차예련

Disc 2
1) 목소리와 기억
- 어느 여고의 5일 (여고괴담4 Making)
- 감독의 목소리 (감독인터뷰)
- 그녀들의 또 다른 목소리 (주연배우 인터뷰)
- 예고편
- TV Spot

2) 소리와 빛
- 소리의 공간(사운드 디자인 및 믹싱)
- 학교의 색과 빛 (촬영 및 DI)
- 기억의 통로 (CG 및 오프닝 타이틀)
- O Sacrum Convivium
- Music Video

* Director : 최익환

영언, 귀신이 되어 학교를 맴돌다.

음산한 소리로 가득 찬 성원여고 지하 기계실. 영언과 선민은 이곳을 비밀 아지트로 삼은 둘도 없는 단짝 친구다. 교내 방송반 아나운서를 맡을 정도로 활기찬 선민과 달리 영언은 뛰어난 노래 실력 외에는 눈에 띄지 않는 조용한 아이. 늦은 밤, 텅 빈 음악실에 홀로 남아 노래 연습을 하는 영언의 노래 사이로 낯선 목소리가 끼어든다. 잿빛 교정을 감싸는 아름다운 화음의 노래 소리. 그 날 밤, 영언이 살해된다.

선민, 죽은 영언의 목소리를 듣다.

지루한 아침 조회시간, 선민은 영언의 빈자리가 계속 맘에 걸린다. 점심 방송을 진행하던 선민은 애타게 자신을 부르는 영언의 목소리를 듣는다. 하지만 비좁은 방송 부스 안에는 오직 선민 뿐! 선민은 실체 없는 영언의 목소리에 그만 그 자리에서 기절하고 만다. 선민은 영언의 목소리가 오직 자신에게만 들린다는 사실이 두렵지만, 목소리만 남은 친구를 외면 할 수 없다. 그러나 어젯밤 쓰러졌다던 엘리베이터 앞은 물론 학교 어느 곳에서도 영언의 흔적은 찾을 수 없고... 고심하던 선민은 평소 영언에게 각별한 관심을 보였던 음악 선생 희연을 의심한다. 그 날 밤, 영언과 함께 음악실을 찾은 선민. 깜깜한 음악실, 보면대 사이를 헤집던 선민은 첼로 줄에 목 맨 희연 선생의 시체와 마주하고 경악한다.

초아, 영언의 목소리를 듣는 또 다른 아이

잇따른 의문의 사건들로 선민은 영언의 목소리를 들을 수 있다는 사실이 점점 더 두렵다. 혼란스러워하는 선민에게 같은 반 초아가 다가선다. 어릴 적부터 귀신의 소리를 들을 수 있었다고 고백하는 초아. 초아 역시 죽은 영언의 목소리를 듣고 있었던 것이다. 선민은 초아의 뜻밖의 행동에 적잖이 당황하면서도, 자신의 고민을 나눌 수 있는 상대가 생겼다는 사실에 위로 받는다. 그 무렵 학교 엘리베이터 통로에서는 목이 찢긴 영언의 시신이 발견되고, 선민에게 들리는 영언의 목소리가 기괴하게 변해 가는데...
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Professional Review of "Voice DTS"

October 10, 2005

First, there was Whispering Corridors in 1998, then there came Memento Mori and The Wishing Stairs, and now there's Voice, the latest installment in the popular Korean horror franchise. Directed by Choi Ik Kwan, this new film in the series continues the tradition established in the previous films, as it explores some serious supernatural activity at an all girls school.

Kim Ok Bin plays Young Eon, an innocent girl-next-door type who has a remarkable talent for singing. When her best friend Sun Min (Seo Ji Hye) shows up at the music room, Young Eon has to decline her offer to hang out because she wants to continue practicing. Of course, spooky things start to happen when Young Eon is left alone in the school, a fact which culminates in our heroine getting killed in a gruesome, yet slightly hilarious way – death by paper cut. Or is that actually what happens?

The next day, Young Eon wakes up in school, seemingly good as new. But after walking the hallways, she is alarmed to discover that her classmates can neither see nor hear her. And when objects and even people begin to pass right through her, Young Eon realizes the shocking truth – she's a ghost. Even worse, she finds that she's tied to the site of her death. Anytime Young Eon tries to leave the school, the environment resets around her, putting her back in the center of the building. Frightened and confused, Young Eon turns to Sun Min for support. It turns out that while she cannot see her dead friend, Sun Min can hear her. Of course, she's more than a little startled when her missing friend's disembodied voice starts talking to her. But after a short period of adjustment, Sun Min turns into a Korean Nancy Drew and begins investigating her friend's disappearance and possible death. True pal that she is, Sun Min holds out hope that Young Eon is not dead, but only disconnected from her body, since her corpse has yet to be found.

But who is the culprit? Not surprisingly, there are a number of suspects to choose from at the school. There's the brooding, slightly creepy music teacher (Kim Seo Hyeong), who lost her ability to sing. Rumored to have had a lesbian relationship with one of her students (shades of Memento Mori), the teacher seemed to have taken a special liking to Young Eon. Then there's Cho Ah (Cha Ye Ryeon), a Wednesday Addams-type clairvoyant assisting Sun Min in her investigation. Young Eon doesn't like the look of Cho Ah, as she seems to know more about the situation than she's letting on. And of course, there's the third and most likely suspect, the shadowy female figure that roams the hallways.

Tonally, the film begins as a detective story that just so happens to have supernatural elements. One of the strong points of the film is its focus on character, as Voice explores the friendship between Young Eon and Sun Min just as much as it does the overarching mystery. The filmmakers do a fine job in maintaining the serious tone they begin with; one false move and Voice could have easily become a supernatural buddy comedy. But as the bodies start accumulating, the film ramps up into full-fledged horror mode, a move that provides certain chills but also begins to unravel the narrative as a whole, particularly towards the end.

Voice departs from convention in the sense that, from the very beginning, one suspects that a malevolent spirit from the past is responsible for everything; the only questions remaining are the "why" and the "how." Yet the film makes a daring break from formula by revealing that things aren't quite what they seem. Although that kind of "innovation" is commendable at face value, the alternative is no more satisfying than if the filmmakers simply stuck with the conventional ending. The problem is that, as "shocking" as the final twist is, it comes very much at the expense of the viewer. Genre films work in large part due to the audience's investment in the trials and tribulations of the film's heroes and heroines. To make a last minute revelation that devalues that investment is like playing a dirty trick on the viewer. It may make narrative sense based on the filmmakers' intentions, but it's not necessarily a move that's going to be appreciated, especially considering the extraordinarily downbeat finale, that's less shocking than it is annoying. At this point, the whole Sixth Sense "big twist" is getting a little tedious.

Still, Voice provides a compelling mystery up until the finale. And thanks to some nifty production values and some likeable performances from its two leads, the film does manage to entertain. Fans of the Whispering Corridors series aren't likely to be disappointed by Voice, although the ending does leave something to be desired.

By Calvin McMillin

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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.8 out of 10 (6)

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September 18, 2006

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Suspense Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
This is a movie that i find very frightening because of the suspense i felt as to who is going to be killed and the relationship of the ghost to the memories.

Don't watch this alone, ok.
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January 25, 2006

adictive... Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
this movie is the best one in the series.very interesting.The music is awesome, one of the songs is in spanish not latin.
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October 28, 2005

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loved it Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
almost exactly like memento mori. even some of the scenes were identical. i really liked the characters and the way this movie set up the point of view. by the end of this movie i sorta felt like i knew what it felt like to be a sad and very scary. the soundtrack is amazingly good, and at first i thought it was going to be one of those confusing endings, but it actually worked out well so i understood.

more psychological thriller than bloody horror or something. if you liked the other high school horror stories, you will like this one too, it is very similar.
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October 14, 2005

Quality !!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Voice is a very well made movie, more of a thinker than an obvious horror and i thoroughly enjoyed it. the acting is superb and the visual effects are wonderful, this is easily the best of the girl school horror series (unless you're not interested in characters and plot) and i highly recommend it. (English viewer)
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September 21, 2005

GOOD!GOOD!GOOD! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I love the voice~very good!^^
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