White: Melody of Death (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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YesAsia Editorial Description
Girl group Pink Dolls is formed by four members: dancer Eun Joo (Ham Eun Jung), insecure Jenny (Jin Se Yun), plastic surgery-obsessed Ah Rang (Choi Ah Ra), and singing-impaired Shin Ji (May Doni). The girls have a tough time standing out until they remake "White", a song of unknown origins. "White" becomes a hit, and the Pink Dolls turn into overnight sensations. The more popular they get, the more jealous and competitive the girls become as they fight for lead singer status. Mysterious incidents befall the members, and as they fall victim one by one, Eun Joo discovers that the song "White" is actually cursed.
This edition comes with making-of, deleted scenes, character featurettes, premiere, trailer, and other extras.
|Product Title:||White: Melody of Death (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) White: Melody of Death (DVD) (首批限量版) (韓國版) White: Melody of Death (DVD) (首批限量版) (韩国版) ホワイト：呪いのメロディー (DVD) (初回限定版) (韓国版) 화이트 : 저주의 멜로디 (DVD) (초회한정판) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||White: The Melody of the Curse 白色：詛咒的旋律 白色：诅咒的旋律 White: The Melody of the Curse White: The Melody of the Curse|
|Artist Name(s):||May Doni (Actor) | Ham Eun Jung (T-ara) (Actor) | Jin Se Yeon (Actor) | Hwang Woo Seul Hye (Actor) May Doni (Actor) | 恩靜 (T-ara) (Actor) | 陳世妍 (Actor) | 黃雨瑟惠 (Actor) May Doni (Actor) | 恩静 (T-ara) (Actor) | 陈世妍 (Actor) | 黄雨瑟惠 (Actor) MayDoni （メイダニ） (Actor) | ウンジョン （T-ara） (Actor) | ジン・セヨン (Actor) | ファンウ・スルヘ (Actor) 메이다니 (Actor) | Ham Eun Jung (T-ara) (Actor) | 진세연 (Actor) | 황우슬혜 (Actor)|
|Director:||Kim Sun | Kim Gok 金善 | 金谷 金善 | 金谷 キム・ソン | キム・ゴク 김선 | 김곡|
|Place of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1024893856|
*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1, 2.0
-Commentary by 김곡, 김선 감독, 유영석 프로듀서, 함은정, 황우슬혜, 최아라, 메이다니
-[화이트] 제작 과정
-또 다른 장면
*Director: 김곡, 김선
-미스터리 공포 시즌을 기다려왔다!
2011년 여름을 HOT하게 달군 첫 미스터리 공포!
-[여고괴담]&[고사] 시리즈를 잇는 학원 공포 영화의 진화
-연기돌 함은정 차세대 호러퀸 도전!
여자세븐 메이다니, 아이스크림 소녀 최아라, CF스타 진세연까지
충무로 HOT신예스타 총출동
-전 세계가 먼저 인정한 한국의 코엔 브라더스 김곡, 김선 감독
공포영화의 새로운 패러다임을 여는 상업영화 HOT 데뷰작!
-히트곡 제조기 신사동 호랭이가 탄생시킨 중독성 강한 멜로디와 강렬한 사운드의 HOT한 주제곡!
죽도록 뜨고 싶어? 죽더라도 뜨고 싶어!”
아이돌의 화려한 무대 위, 잔혹한 무대 뒤 이야기
인기 아이돌에 밀려, 빛도 제대로 못 본 걸그룹 핑크돌즈는
주인 없는 곡 ‘화이트’를 리메이크한 2집으로 최고의 인기를 얻게 된다.
백댄서 출신으로 노장 취급 받는 리더 은주,
고음처리가 불안한 보컬 제니,
성형 중독, 얼굴마담 아랑,
랩, 댄스 실력만 출중한 신지
핑크돌즈가 최고의 주가를 올릴수록 이들의 시기와 질투는 심해지고
메인보컬에 대한 경쟁은 더욱 치열해진다.
‘화이트’의 메인보컬이 되는 멤버마다 차례로 끔찍한 사고를 겪게 되고,
은주는 ‘화이트’라는 노래에 잔혹한 저주가 걸려있음을 직감하고 그 비밀을 파헤치려 하는데…
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Professional Review of "White: Melody of Death (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"
White: Melody of Death (aka White: Melody of the Curse) was one of the first big Korean horror releases of Summer 2011, directed by twin brother directing duo Kim Gok and Kim Sun. Former indie favourites known for a series of inventive festival hits including Self Referential Traverse: Zeitgeist and Engagementm the helmers bring a similarly creative feel to their mainstream debut, spicing up the usual genre thrills and chills with some flashy visuals and a fun premise that sees the expected long haired ghost menacing a girl band. Fittingly, the film features a couple of real life popstars in its cast, headlined by T-ara member Ham Eun Jung (Dream High), and with support from singer May Doni, along with rising actresses Choi Ah Ra (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance) and Jin Se Yun, plus K-pop cameos from the group After School and 2PM's Jun Ho.
The film follows fictional girl group Pink Dolls, comprised of former backup dancer and team leader Eun Joo (Ham Eun Jung), insecure Je-ni (Jin Se Yun), the young Ah Rang (Choi Ah Ra), and tough rapper Shin Ji (May Doni). After failing yet again to break into the charts, their manager gives them one last chance, moving them to a new and fancy studio, which just happens to have been the site of a mysterious fire. While poking around, Eun Joo finds a video of an old song called "White" a catchy tune which the group remakes and claims for their own. Although this finally propels them to pop stardom, they soon start to fall foul of a series of weird accidents, leading Eun Joo to believe that the tune may in fact be cursed.
The world of Korean pop and girl bands makes for an interesting choice of subject matter, and even without the ghostly goings-on, White: Melody of Death is filled backstabbing, deceit and jealousy, with much of the running time revolving around the girls trying to one-up each other and fighting over who will be chosen as the lead singer of the band. Directors Gok and Sun certainly make great use of the premise, and at times the film feels less like a horror film and more like a wicked satire of the music industry, with an authentically snarky feel throughout, the inter band rivalries effectively upping the tension. At the same time, the girl group theme also boosts the film by providing a fine excuse for throwing in plenty of bouncy pop music, colourful costumes and eye candy. Such amusements help to keep things moving at a good pace while neatly distracting from the basic familiarity of the plot itself, a very basic modern Asian ghost story, complete with vengeful spirit and past wrongs needing righted.
Gok and Sun prove themselves amongst the more energetic and enthusiastic directors to have tackled the genre of late, giving the film a flashy feel, with lots of quick editing and an impressive use of strong, lurid colours. The film is pretty hallucinogenic in places, with some wild visions and dream sequences, and although these are largely gratuitous and don't make much sense, they do serve well to show off Gok and Sun's visual talents and generate a suitably surreal, sinister atmosphere. Although most of the frights are telegraphed and unlikely to scare genre veterans, the film as a whole is very imaginative and enjoyable, with a good amount of supernatural action and a handful of pleasingly creative death scenes.
This fits well with the overall mood, and whilst scarcely original, White: Melody of Death is definitely one of the more satisfying and dynamic Korean horrors of the last year, as well as a surprisingly effective send-up of the country's cutthroat music industry. Drawing upon their indie experiences, Kim Gok and Kim Sun are clearly directors unafraid to experiment a little, and the result is a film which whilst perhaps leaning towards style over substance, makes for fun and frequently exciting viewing.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com
Customer Review of "White: Melody of Death (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"
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October 6, 2013
|Living in America I have seen plenty of horrible horror movies. I actually stopped watching them due to fact I started laughing at them. At about the age of 12, they no longer got my adrenilane pumping. I puchased this movie with out any preconceptions of it being good or bad. But I must say. It has become one my favorite movie. Any move that can give me the creeps and actually make me jump, is a good movie. I have personally recommended this to several people. And will recommend it to anyone who likes movies that get your blood flowing.|
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November 6, 2011
Gave me the creeps
|I'm really big on watching horror movies and seen plenty from chinese, japanese, english, and korean. . Although I didn't think it was really scary but I did the shivers during one scene. Heck I even had nightmares after watching this. Rarely I would get that creeped out watching a horror movie. I think it had to do with the song called White and the zombie style dance. rather freaky|
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October 31, 2011
Very Good Horror Movie
|I watched this with some of my Asian associates ,we really enjoyed it.Now to find the title track ,and that would Settle it..( NUMINAIR) Needs to go Outside sometimes and get some air .2 Reviews ,give it a Rest and please QUIT ; giving Spoilers about the Entire Movie!!! Capiche...|
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October 22, 2011
I would recommend this movie
|After watching white, I would recommend it. After reading reviews remembering about the ring, or ringu as they say it. I did not even think about those movies it is really hot and a really good watch. I am extremly happpy with this movie.|
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October 10, 2011
A Berserker Called White
What do you get with a fusion of “Ringu” and K-pop? Well, “White – Curse of the Melody” probably. But “White” is more about the manic need for a FTW (For The Win) with K-pop groups and intense ‘hellish’ competition to become successful and significant, than anything else. And this plot’s ‘hellishness’ is more lampooned than pop reality. Eun-Ju, Je-ni, Ah-rang and Shin-ji of Pink Dolls, after boring an audience with a lack lustre song/dance performance, drop to rock bottom. But to boost morale, a sponsor endorses capital for a new training studio which Pink Dolls move into to improve their pop skills; a studio built over the site of an existing one destroyed by fire and killing several occupants. But PD’s leader Eun-ju (T-ara’s Eun-jung :D), while cleaning a closet mirror in their posh new training studio, discovers a VHS tape inside with the words “White” written on it. Later in studio digs Eun-ju watches the ghostly grainy VHS tape of a girl band performing ‘White’ on a TV stage. Eun-ju and her agency rep both liking the ‘ghostly’ song/dance routine have ‘White’ tweaked for a new TV showcase, which propels Pink Dolls to overnight success.
Trouble is when PD perform ‘White’ a curse is triggered (like the Ringu thingamajig), seemingly related to a suicide of the lead girl member featured on the grainy VHS. Eun-ju later discovers that the videotape girl had wrote the ‘White’ song so to have strings pulled by management for her to be centre stage singer, but is mutilated for this ‘deceit’ by her troupe members, who all then perish in a mysterious studio fire; a building where PD’s new studio is built. Likewise, Je-ni, Ah-rang and Shin-ji bicker over who should be centre singer (centre? 4 members?) quibbling over looks, singing skills and neck dance routines. Only Eun-ju tries to keep the peace. But as PD girls share centre status and sing ‘White’, each become terror struck by the mind force of a malevolent/revengeful ghost. Firstly the ghost strikes Je-ni who as to reach a high pitch vocal level. Suffering a nervous sweat condition and frightened of failure, Je-ni is then found hanging by a cord in the new recording studio by Eun-ju – screaming a blooded pitch. The ghost curse then afflicts Ah-rang/Shin-ji respectively with similar self ‘fears’ when they become centre singers, leading up to Eun-ju, a once backing dancer like the videotape girl. To exorcise the curse Eun-ju searches its origin from the VHS tape, before she too dies in a horrible fire.