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|Product Title:||I Miss U (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) 屍骨未亡 (Blu-ray) (香港版) 尸骨未亡 (Blu-ray) (香港版) I MISS U (Blu-ray) (英語字幕版) (香港版) I Miss U (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)|
|Also known as:||I Miss You 屍戀人 尸恋人 I Miss You I Miss You|
|Artist Name(s):||Jesdaporn Pholdee (Actor) | Saipan Apinya Sakuljaroensuk (Actor) | Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Actor) 杰西達邦 (Actor) | Saipan Apinya Sakuljaroensuk (Actor) | Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Actor) 杰西达邦 (Actor) | Saipan Apinya Sakuljaroensuk (Actor) | Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Actor) Jesdaporn Pholdee (Actor) | Saipan Apinya Sakuljaroensuk (Actor) | Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Actor) Jesdaporn Pholdee (Actor) | Saipan Apinya Sakuljaroensuk (Actor) | Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Actor)|
|Director:||Monthon Arayangkoon 馬分安羅雅安肯 马分安罗雅安肯 Monthon Arayangkoon Monthon Arayangkoon|
|Blu-ray Region Code:||A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese|
|Country of Origin:||Thailand|
|Picture Format:||[HD] High Definition What is it?|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS-HD Master Audio|
|Disc Format(s):||Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer|
|Screen Resolution:||1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)|
|Video Codecs:||AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1031817854|
Starring : Apinya Sakuljaroensuk, Jessadaporn Pholdee, Natthaweeranuch Thongmee
Bee, a young and beautiful intern doctor, starts work in the surgery department of a hospital. There she meets Dr.Thana, a senior doctor who is her supervisor. She discovers the beautiful love story of Thana and his fiance Nok, who was also a doctor at the hospital. But the romance ends in tragedy when an accident took Nok's life away, just before they were going to get married.
Thana then becomes a man who lives in the memories of his past, living in grief, he yearns for the lost of his beloved that will never return.
The love that Thana has for Nok made Bee feel sorry for the troubled man, she intends to help relief him from the misery, but soon finds out that the love, the pain and the attachment that Thana has for Nok are the things that is keeping her by his side?
The fear of coming face to face with the ghost of Thana's dead fiance
And the feelings that she starts to have towards Thana
How will she go on with Thana, knowing that she will have to deal with his past, but more important, will she be able to accept herself of just being in the shadow of somebody else.
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Professional Review of "I Miss U (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)"
This professional review refers to I Miss U (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
Despite its title, I Miss U is actually a Thai horror film, albeit one with a decidedly romantic and wistful bent, director Monthon Arayangkoon, combining the love story of his 2010 Big Boy with the spooky shenanigans of his earlier shockers The House and The Victim The urban legend inspired film is headlined by a trio of ghost veterans, actor Jesdaporn Pholdee (The Eye 2), Apinya Sakuljaroensuk (4 Bia) and Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Shutter), and proved highly popular at the box office, emerging as the country's top grossing genre hit of 2012 to date.
The film follows a fairly familiar sounding plot, with Apinya Sakuljaroensuk as Bee, a trainee doctor who starts working at a new hospital and soon catches the eye of the handsome and much sought after Dr Thana (Jesdaporn Pholdee). Unfortunately, despite his attraction to her, the poor man is a tormented soul, still apparently heart-broken after the death of his fiance Nok (Natthaweeranuch Thongmee) in a traffic accident a couple of years back. Bee's colleagues advise her against their burgeoning relationship, telling her that several other women who have gone after the doctor have been haunted by the ghost of Nok. Soon enough she is confronted by the ghastly spectre, though is determined to push ahead and to help Thana through his grief.
Although its plot and themes are quite similar to many other Thai ghost films, I Miss U is essentially much more of a love story, a life after death triangle involving a man, a woman and a semi-vengeful spirit. This in itself isn't a problem as such, though it's certainly best for genre fans to have properly adjusted expectations, as the film spends far more time on relationships and domestic issues than it does on scares. Whilst the sparks between Bee and Thana are initially a little unconvincing (it being a little hard to believe an attractive girl would jump at the chance to get with a guy who has massive picture of his ex in his living room, orders an extra cup of coffee for her and sits at an empty table, and who places a fresh bouquet of flowers at her death site every week), the film works well in this respect, with some surprisingly effective and moving drama. Both Pholdee and Sakuljaroensuk are likeable in their roles, and though nothing terribly substantial, the film's script is solid and features some reasonably strong character writing.
Arayangkoon successfully combines this with a few sinister set pieces and flashes of gore here and there (plus a couple of genuinely fun fake frights), and the film is an engaging mishmash that benefits from some better than average production values and from being nicely shot throughout. The special effects are similarly in general of a decent standard, and when she appears in all her glory, Nok makes for a reasonably creepy looking apparition, even if she quite often doesn't have much to do other than lurking and scowling.
The only real downer comes with the pacing, the film occasionally lurching into periods of inactivity or branching off to follow pointless subplots and minor characters. At nearly two hours, the running time is a good twenty minutes or so too long, and the film could definitely have done with a little trimming, in particular during a slow middle section. Though it picks up towards the end and features a decent final act, the conclusion is also somewhat dragged out and muddled - perhaps due to the film bizarrely having been released to cinemas with 3 different endings, which played at different screenings.
This isn't enough to stop I Miss U from being an entertaining film which does a solid job of mixing Thai horror and romance, and that should go down well enough with fans of both traditions. Though scarcely original, it's easy to see why it proved so popular at the local box office, achieving its modest aims and standing as a very acceptable date movie.
by James Mudge – BeyondHollywood.com
Customer Review of "I Miss U (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)"
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March 25, 2013
This customer review refers to I Miss U (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
When love can bind
The soul question poised in “I Miss U” is how much does a person’s grief hold a departed one to their earthly drama. Well when surgeon doctor Thana (Jesdaporn Pholdee) loses his beloved fiancé Nok (Nattaweeranuch Thongmee) in a car crash, one night every week at the roadside of the accident Dr Thana places white roses in remembrance of Nok. This tender ritual even becomes a popular Internet curiosity. Both Thana and Nok are doctors at a local hospital and planned to marry just before the fatal car accident. Thana survived and tired desperately to save Nok’s life, but she unfortunately died. Thana thereafter remained in silent misery, his heart unable to let Nok go. But when young and pretty intern doctor Bee (Apinya Sakuljaroensuk) becomes smitten by Thana’s dashing good looks, she becomes determined to get to know him. Bee realising Thana is a placid but stern man, learns from a hospital department colleague that Thana’s seriousness is due to Nok’s death. Shocked at this news, Bee becomes concerned for Thana’s disposition wishing to help and cure his internal misery. But Bee also discovers from her colleague that any ‘rival’ woman (as Dr Thana is a hot favourite with nurse staff), ever gets close to Thana she’s haunted and terrified by the ghost of Nok. Bee however falls in love with Thana, and although hindered by Nok, ironically begins to feel that Nok’s spirit maybe helping Bee to cure Thana’s broken heart. But Bee later uncovers a ‘lurid’ secret about Thana and coincidental circumstances of the fatal car accident.
A more tragic romantic type of haunting horror this, but with actors also from “Shutter” and “4 Bia” certainly reflects its place in the ghost genre. And Nok’s ghoul is no back seat supernatural either; “I Miss U” having the regular Asia horror freak-outs when Nok’s about. Such as a nurse petrified in an elevator when Nok bangs her blooded stiff form into the side of the steel reflecting her body’s destruction from the car crash. And a nurse freaked by Nok turning on a music system while its unplugged. All situated beneath a wall-sized haunting picture of Nok in Thana’s living room. It’s a ‘romance’ film, but sadly situated within the supernatural horror realm, with a mental twist and needful ironic conclusion. Cinematography is a mix of isolated loss and dramatic horror and Apinya Sakuljaroensuk is very good in her Bee part. Can be funny, too, such as a female hospital patient and her pranky boyfriend. Worth seeing.