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Into The Mirror Limited Edition
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One year ago, a department store was site to a fire and a series of bizarre murders - throat cutting with a pizza cutter, skewering through a man's ear with a ball pen, and twisting one's wrist to death. Security manager Woo Young Min (Yoo Ji Tae), feeling guilty about the deaths of his colleagues, is determined to investigate the case and discover the truth. But never does Young Min suspect that the perpetrator is a woman, that woman.

Kim Sung Ho's 2001 directorial debut Into the Mirror stars Yoo Ji Tae (Ditto, One Fine Spring Day), Kim Myung Min, and Kim Hye Na. With its tight plot and astonishing ending, this suspense horror attracted much media attention at the 2001 Pusan International Film Festival.

This limited edition release comes with a scenario book, directory's commentary, production notes, deleted scenes and three award-winning short films directed by Kim Sung Ho.

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Product Title: Into The Mirror Limited Edition 照出冤靈 (特別版) (韓國版) 照出冤灵 (特别版) (韩国版) Mirror 鏡の中 (限定版) (韓国版) 거울속으로 한정판
Artist Name(s): Yoo Ji Tae | Kim Myung Min | Kim Hye Na 劉 智泰 | 金明民 | 金蕙那 刘 智泰 | 金明民 | 金蕙那 ユ・ジテ | キム・ミョンミン | キム・ヘナ 유지태 | 김 명민 | 김 혜나
Director: Kim Sung Ho 金晟浩 金晟浩 Kim Sung Ho 김성호
Release Date: 2003-12-18
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: 113 (mins)
Publisher: Cinema Service
Other Information: DVD + Booklet
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1003022298

Product Information

* Screen Format : Anamorphic Widescreen
* Sound Mix : Dolby 5.1 & 2.0
* DVD Type : N/A
* Extras :
- 초판한정 시나리오북 증정
- 감독 음성해설 (김성호 감독)
- 정신과 전문의 음성해설 (정신과 전문의 하지현)
- Making
- Story Board로 영화보기
- 삭제씬과 감독해설
- 김성호 감독 단편 영화 3편 수록 (해외 영화제 수상작)
- 영화보다 재미있는 영화 이야기 '거울 속으로'
- Still Gallery

* Director : 김성호

1년 전 의문의 화재사건 후 재개장을 앞둔 한 백화점에서 기괴한 연쇄살인사건이 발생한다. 백화점 화장실에서 자신의 목을 피자커터로 직접 그어 자살한 듯 보이는 여자, 귀에서 머리까지 볼펜으로 찔려 관통 당한 채 엘리베이터에서 죽어있는 남자, 주차장 자신의 차 안에서 손목이 꺾인 채 죽어있는 한 남자의 시신까지 발견된다.

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Professional Review of "Into The Mirror Limited Edition"

March 11, 2008

This professional review refers to Into The Mirror (DVD) (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
The success of the Japanese The Ring and Juon series seem to have rung the "thriller" bell for Korea once again. Having dealt with the ghosts at campus in Wishing Stars and having dined with some lost spirits in The Uninvited, now confront your deepest dark fear in Into the Mirror.

The business of Dreampia, a department store where a destructive fire occurred a year ago, is about to start again and so is the horror. A number of staff members are mysteriously killed in places with mirrors and the ways they die are sure to give you the creeps: one has his throat cut open by a pizza cutter, one has a pen stabbed deep from his ear to his brain and one has his waist twisted so extremely that he dies. It is actually not the first time that mirrors seem to have brought death to this department store. Woo Young-min (Yoo Ji-tae), the security manager of the store and a former detective, mistakenly took the life of his partner by shooting at a mirror in a hostage case. Already being punished by guilt, Young-min at one night shift makes a mysterious discovery …

A distorted version of "The Mirror Stage" appears to be the theme of this movie. "The Mirror Stage" was first proposed in 1936 by the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan (1901-1981). Lacan establishes that there is a mirror in everybody's mind and the mirror reflects our respective values. Creating a self-image in the mirror is therefore the first stage of self-understanding. Lacan's "The Mirror Stage" is said to be distorted in "In the Mirror" because the reflections of Young-min, the deceased and the suspect in the mirror are not the self-images they believe they have. Due to the past experience, their values have been distorted and that reflects on the image they see themselves. The horrible side of the world they can only see in the mirror thus gives "her", the culprit, chances to gain power in the dark side.

Kim Sung-ho the director makes a bold attempt in his debut work by making use of "The Mirror Stage" and some engrossing stories behind some famous paintings featuring people in the mirror. The investigation initiated by Young-min and the police in the movie is led smoothly by the idea of mirrors. While the terror starts due to the disequilibrium brought by mirror images, it ends by having the image of the culprit reflected in a mirror. One big selling point of this movie, which also makes the ending so intriguing, is that even though the images of the dead vanish from the mirror, their souls forever remain there. This movie makes such a great start in the director journey of Kim Sung-ho as he manages to utilize the mirror concept to generate a series of climatic events.

Despite the absorbing plot, the cast does not make a big impression. It seems that Yoo Ji-tae has not completely devoted himself to the film. Even though he has lots of opportunities to establish his leading actor position in the scene in which he finally realizes his real existence, he does not give his best and so cannot show the self-condemned misery his character has been through. Similar comments also apply to Kim Hye-na who plays the twin sisters Lee Ji-hyun and and Lee Jung-hyun. There should be a clearer distinction between the two roles as it is confusing enough to have one person playing a pair of twins.

Into the Mirror may not be like those classic horror movies but the fear brought by those mirrors in the film is thrilling enough. You can't help wondering who exactly the one you see in the mirror is. It is indeed the magic of Into the Mirror: Mirrors may tell your appearance but they can also tell your deepest darkest fears and desires. You therefore can't deceive a mirror, just like you can't deceive yourself.

Reviewed by: garden (Hong Kong)

Translated by Holly (Hong Kong)

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Customer Review of "Into The Mirror Limited Edition"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.9 out of 10 (13)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.4 out of 10 (15)

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February 10, 2008

This customer review refers to Into The Mirror (DVD) (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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??? Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
This film might catch your attention from start to finish but it's only because you have to concentrate to see what's going on. One of the twins misses her dead sister so much she hangs mirrors all round her room so she could look into them thinking her sister is there. I thought that was very clever. However the end is a little confusing and I don't quite know what to make of it.
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April 9, 2006

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alright Customer Review Rated Bad 4 - 4 out of 10
Out of all the many horror movies I've watched these many years, this one is just average...the storyline is quite confusing sometimes, but at the same time, it's decent. As for terms of horror, well, there isn't really anything to be scared about, the horror within this movie is very weak, to horror movie goers, this will probably be considered 'lame'...but to the people who never watch horror movies, then this would probably be scary enough for u.
My rating: 4/10
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November 6, 2004

1 people found this review helpful

Shocking and suprise Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
This has to be the most *Wow* film because there's horror and action altogether in ONE..*Super if you haven't see it*
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January 31, 2004

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yoo ji tae! Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
He is a good actor. I liked this movie because of him. It's scary in its own way. I am confused of the ending though. Is he...? or Isn't he?
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January 30, 2004

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into the mirror Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
it's quite good. I was kind of scared. Nice begining sequence.
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