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House of the Disappeared (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Kim Yoon Jin (Actor) | Im Dae Woong (Director) | Lee Han Wee (Actor) | Park Sang Hun (Actor)
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To Sir, With Love director Im Dae Woong remakes the 2013 Venezuelan horror The House at the End of Time into the mystery thriller House of the Disappeared. Returning to Korean cinema after her stint on the U.S. series Mistresses, Kim Yoon Jin plays a woman confronting the fearsome home that made her family disappear. 2PM member Ok Taec Yeon (Marriage Blue) and Jo Jae Yoon (The Prison) co-star in the spine-chilling horror that unfolds across 25 years.

Twenty-five years ago, Mi Hee (Kim Yoon Jin) saw her husband (Jo Jae Yoon) get killed and her son taken from their home. Based on evidence, she was arrested and convicted of their murders. In 2017, she gets released from prison and returns to the house where it all started in hopes of finding her missing son. With the help of a local pastor (Ok Taec Yeon), Mi Hee begins to unwind the past and uncover the secrets of her house.

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Product Title: House of the Disappeared (DVD) (Korea Version) House of the Disappeared (DVD) (韓國版) House of the Disappeared (DVD) (韩国版) 時間の上の家 (DVD) (韓国版) 시간위의 집 (DVD) (한국판)
Also known as: 時間上的家 时间上的家
Artist Name(s): Kim Yoon Jin (Actor) | Lee Han Wee (Actor) | Park Sang Hun (Actor) | Ok Taec Yeon (2PM) (Actor) | Jo Jae Yoon (Actor) | Park Jun Myun (Actor) 金允珍 (Actor) | 李 漢偉 (Actor) | Park Sang Hun (Actor) | 玉澤演 (Actor) | Jo Jae Yoon (Actor) | Park Jun Myun (Actor) 金允珍 (Actor) | 李 汉伟 (Actor) | Park Sang Hun (Actor) | 玉泽演 (Actor) | Jo Jae Yoon (Actor) | Park Jun Myun (Actor) キム・ユンジン (Actor) | イ・ハヌィ (Actor) | Park Sang Hun (Actor) | オク・テギョン (2PM) (Actor) | チョ・ジェユン (Actor) | Park Jun Myun (Actor) 김 윤진 (Actor) | 이한위 (Actor) | 박상훈 (Actor) | 옥택연 (2PM) (Actor) | 조재윤 (Actor) | 박준면 (Actor)
Director: Im Dae Woong | Jang Jae Hyun 林大雄 | Jang Jae Hyun 林大雄 | Jang Jae Hyun Im Dae Woong | チャン・ジェヒョン 임대웅 | 장재현
Release Date: 2017-09-04
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?
Publisher: Video Travel
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1061578949

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시간위의 집 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format:2.35:1 ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN
*Sound Mix:한국어 5.1 DD

*Director:장재현 <검은 사제들>

"남편과 아들을 살해한 여자
그날 밤, 그곳에는 그녀 혼자가 아니었다.

남편과 아들을 살해한 혐의로 체포된 미희는 25년의 수감 생활 후, 사건이 발생한 그 집으로 돌아온다. 유일하게 미희를 믿는 최신부는 그녀를 찾아가 진실을 묻지만, 미희는 ‘그들이 남편을 죽이고, 아이를 데려갔다’는 말만을 되풀이한다.
사건의 진실을 파헤치던 최신부는 그 집에 무언가 있다고 확신하게 된다. 최신부가 집을 떠날 것을 경고한 그날 밤, 홀로 남은 미희는 25년 전 그날처럼 집 안에 또 다른 누군가가 있음을 깨닫는데…

“아직 그들은 이 집에 있어!”"
* 대한민국 최고의 스릴러 퀸 & 월드스타 김윤진, 3년 만의 국내 복귀작 미스터리 스릴러 < 시간위의 집 >!
* <검은 사제들> 장재현 감독 각본 & <스승의 은혜> 임대웅 감독 연출작! 장르 전문가들이 선사하는 압도적 긴장감!
* 강렬한 존재감의 배우 군단! 옥택연, 조재윤, 이한위, 박준면!
* [초회 한정 엽서 5종 1:1증정( 김윤진, 옥택연, 조재윤 사인(인쇄)엽서 증정)]
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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February 2, 2018

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A disappearing act (with positive consequences) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
After 25 years of imprisonment, Mi-hee (Yun-jin Kim) returns to the large house where she once was accused of wrongful murder of her second husband and elder child. The horror of that fateful time indelible in her mind, her husband stabbed in the chest and her elder son dragged by ‘something’ beyond into the dark inkiness of an open basement door. After the police leave, an elder and ill Mi-hee is there left alone in the house, beginning to hear extraneous sounds drifting into her senses, children laughing, spirits of the dead stirring, the twenty five years of the past reemerging. Grabbing a knife Mi-hee screams for the madness to go away. But a beacon of sympathetic light emerges, a local priest Choi (Taec-yeon) ‘knocking on the door’ visits the house after hearing of Mi-hee’s release from prison, wishing to relinquish her from past guilt. As they talk priest Choi begins to understand Mi-hee may not have committed any past misdeeds, her sincerity and surety of her missing son taken by spirits of the house, so agrees to give valuable help to Mi-hee as he visits local establishments to investigate the house’s history and past occupants.

Alone in the house Mi-hee reflects. Married to her second husband Chul-joong (Jae-yoon Jo) after her first husband died of premature heart failure, Mi-hee had one elder son Hyo-je (Sang-hoon Park) also with hereditary health concerns. Of Catholic faith Mi-hee tells Hyo-je that he will be protected by God if he prays daily, hoping for a medical breakthrough. By her marriage to Chul-joong she also has a son Ji-won (Woo-rim Ko). All then moving and living together in the large gothic styled house. It was a happy time as Mi-hee cooked, looked after her children as they diligently attended school. But one day after Hye-ji and Ji-won had been reported to Mi-hee by a shopkeeper for stealing time on video game arcade machines, the sensitive shopkeeper perceives bad spirit presences in the house and later on another day tells Mi-hee. With disturbed reflections are other utmost concerns. Chul-joong could at times return home drunk after work, having flings with other women, something Mi-hee took in her stride. That time she had argued with Chul-joong at his wrongful conduct as he then drunkenly slammed the front door to temporally leave. But Mi-hee’s crucial grave remembrance was what had happened to her sons and husband. And her being imprisoned for it for 25 years.
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House of the dread Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
That one night when Mi-hee was grabbed from her bedroom door, no one was there. And Hyo-je locked in his room and Hi-hee, after franticly searching for his door key, enters to then see her son staring as if Mi-hee was unreal. What had Hyo-ji experienced just before and what on earth had taken him away in that dreaded basement?

With a gothic ambience and a large mansion house with the preverbal basement the source of the disappeared, what could surly go wrong? Of course a ghostly obvious, but a ghostly tale no doubt with an investigative thriller parallel (taken due care of by Taec-yeon’s priest character), the outcome here can be quite unexpected and challenge temporal logic. It’s not dark and grim to it’s objective, but symptomatic by positive resolve, albeit an unusual outcome, a divine suggestion. Its certainly a ghost movie to recommend to those who normally don’t like such but here could stipulate themselves to acknowledge such a genre. The house location, too, displays a metaphysical and metaphorical conundrum about limited perceptions towards all things between temporal and universal. I likened the house’s basement solid wall blocking the way to true realities (where Hyo-ji disappears), like ‘un-witnessed’ locked rooms of a house; the unseen rooms abstract forms of blocked knowledge towards a fuller recollection. Mi-hee certainly seems to be having this house calling the shots here. Opening those ‘doors’ and a bigger picture of reality emerges of the whole house (or ‘reality’), changing partial forms of ignorance/belief, fear and dread to recollection of ‘never changing’- blending into one instead of whole separate parts and the like. No parts - whole. (Or cyclic if preferred). Okay maybe Plato’s forms (or Aristotle’s universals) aren’t needed to understand the strange here (and they’re difficult as it is), but strange the juxtaposed time limbo ending to this movie may seem. There is a cause for concern, but that’s Mi-hee’s Act III life path in House of the Disappeared.

Overall a movie that tries to suggest hopelessness as a mirage or to confer there’s maybe something other than ‘bad’ in the matrix or beyond the curtain. Reality fixes us to limited patterns of rational, but the movies ‘open door to blocked mind’ evokes recollection of a fuller spectrum of what things are. Yun-jin portrays well especially as an aged women (makeup is excellent) with her younger self shown in flashbacks. This version includes photo cards for materialists.
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