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The Second Sight (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A

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Directed by Pornchai Hongrattanaporn (Bangkok Loco), the Thai horror Second Sight stars Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak as defense attorney Jate who can see ghosts. He can also see people's karma, from the unsettled debts of past lives to the misfortunes ahead in this life. Jate's latest client is Kaew (Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul), a rich young girl involved in a fatal hit-and-run case. Jate knows there's more to the car accident and tries to help her resolve the case as well as the ghosts haunting her. Soon, he and his wife (Yayaying Rhatha Phongam) also find themselves being chased by an unknown darkness. In the end, no one can escape karma, not even Jate.
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Product Title: The Second Sight (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (Hong Kong Version) 陰魂眼 (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (香港版) 阴魂眼 (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (香港版) The Second Sight (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (香港版) The Second Sight (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak | Yayaying Rhatha Phongam | Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul | Anon Saisangcharn | Klaokaew Sinteppadon | Prakasit Bowsuwan Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak | Yayaying Rhatha Phongam | Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul | Anon Saisangcharn | Klaokaew Sinteppadon | Prakasit Bowsuwan Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak | Yayaying Rhatha Phongam | Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul | Anon Saisangcharn | Klaokaew Sinteppadon | Prakasit Bowsuwan Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak | Yayaying Rhatha Phongam | Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul | Anon Saisangcharn | Klaokaew Sinteppadon | Prakasit Bowsuwan Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak | Yayaying Rhatha Phongam | Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul | Anon Saisangcharn | Klaokaew Sinteppadon | Prakasit Bowsuwan
Director: Pornchai Hongrattanaporn 安雷塔納波 安雷塔纳波 ポーンチャイ・ホングラタナポーン Pornchai Hongrattanaporn
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?
Release Date: 2014-01-03
Language: Cantonese, Thai
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Country of Origin: Thailand
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
Disc Format(s): 50 GB - Double Layer, Blu-ray
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Rating: IIB
Duration: 90 (mins)
Publisher: Deltamac (HK)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1034829363

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* Special Feature : Theatrical Trailer

Director: Pornchai Hongrattanaporn
Starring: Nawat Kulratanarak, Ratha Pho-ngram, Virapond Jirawetsuntorakul

JATE (Nawat Kulratanarak) has a psychic gift that allows him to see spirits and foresees the karma of people around him. He can see how unpaid dues in people's past lives haunt them now. That ability once made him a freak among his friends, so Jate decides to keep his unnatural ability to himself.
JOOM (Ratha Pho-ngram) is Jate's girlfriend and the only person who knows about his spooky gift. Joom doesn't want Jate to get involved in the hit-and-run case committed by KAEW (Virapond Jirawetsuntorakul), a teenage girl who caused a death of a pedestrian. But Jate knows that what happened was not an accident and he wants use his gift to help Kaew. As Jate digs deeper into the case, something pursues him day and night, while Joom is hounded and terrorized by a demon too.
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Professional Review of "The Second Sight (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D+3D) (Hong Kong Version)"

February 17, 2014

It's time to spot the dead people again in The Second Sight, a Thai horror with a not exactly original premise following a man cursed with the ability to see ghosts, in this case a lawyer who can also visualise karma. Shot in 3D, the film was directed by Pornchai Hongrattanaporn, usually known for comedies such as Bangkok Loco and Princess Tukky Sells Frogs.

The lawyer in question is Jate (Pong Nawat Kulrattanarak), an attorney who since childhood has been able to see ghosts and to foretell the ways in which people will die, a talent which helps him in his work but which he understandably hides from those around him. Things get complicated when he lands his latest case, a fatal car crash on a bridge involving a rich young spoiled brat of a girl called Kaew (Mild Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul) that left several dead. Though everyone else believes Kaew guilty, Jate suspects that there's something more sinister going on, and despite the wishes of his girlfriend Joom (actress and popstar Yayaying Rhatha Phongam, Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives) starts investigating, spending more and more time with her in the process. Soon enough, Joom is also being haunted by unquiet spirits, and Jate's own past starts to catch up with him.

Though there's nothing even remotely original about The Second Sight - pretty much every scene having been seen somewhere else before at least once or twice, the good news is that Pornchai Hongrattanaporn approaches the film with a sense of liveliness and kitchen sink style gung-ho. Thankfully, the film is much more in the Final Destination line rather than The Eye or other more slow moving and ponderous efforts, the emphasis here being very much on thrills and rollercoaster scares. Perhaps due to his background in comedy, Hongrattanaporn shows a light touch and doesn't take things too seriously, a few wacky moments here and there helping to distract from the air of familiarity. The film moves briskly along, and clocking in at less than an hour and a half, never outstays its welcome or gets too distracted by too many pointless subplots. Further entertainment value is added by a string of melodramatic twists towards the end, and while fairly predictable, they add a further injection of humour, which, intentional or not, helps make the film a fair amount of fun.

Though the 3D effects don't count for much on the small screen, it's pretty obvious that Hongrattanaporn was going all out for maximum gimmickry, throwing all manner of ridiculous things at the viewer, including a handful of rather blatant and hilariously gratuitous cleavage shots. Despite the CGI work being frequently quite ropey, there's at least plenty going on, with some solid gore scenes sprinkled throughout and some enjoyably over the top death sequences. Even though most of these scarcely make any sense at all, the film is the better for them, and Hongrattanaporn displays a good sense of timing and of carnage choreography, going some way to make up for the general lack of creativity.

Ultimately, what you see is very much what you get with The Second Sight and although it doesn't have an original bone in its body, Pornchai Hongrattanaporn has at least done an efficient and perfectly creditable job of delivering the generic genre goods. Without wishing to damn with faint praise, as a throwaway piece of popcorn horror its lack of ambition is perhaps not that big a deal, and viewers with adjusted expectations should have a good enough time with its modest charms.

by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com

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