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The Silenced (2015) (DVD) (Thailand Version) DVD Region All

Uhm Ji Won (Actor) | Park Bo Young (Actor) | Park So Dam (Actor) | Shim Hee Sup (Actor)
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Directed by Lee Hae Yeong (Foxy Festival), The Silenced is a school suspense mystery set in 1930s Korea during the Japanese occupation period. Popular actress Park Bo Young (A Werewolf Boy) stars as Joo Ran, a sickly young woman from a well-off family who gets sent to a girls boarding school. Her health condition begins to improve with the help of new friend Yeon Deok (Park So Dam) and the headmistress (Uhm Ji Won), but Joo Ran can't shake the feeling that something is amiss as she is haunted by strange hallucinations and students seem to be disappearing. Joo Ran sets out to investigate the strange happenings and uncover the school's secrets.
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Product Title: The Silenced (2015) (DVD) (Thailand Version) 京城學校: 消失的少女們 (2015) (DVD) (泰國版) 京城学校: 消失的少女们 (2015) (DVD) (泰国版) The Silenced (2015) (DVD) (Thailand Version) 경성학교: 사라진 소녀들
Also known as: Gyeongseong School: The Lost Girls / Girl Gyeongseong School: The Lost Girls / Girl Gyeongseong School: The Lost Girls / Girl Gyeongseong School: The Lost Girls / Girl Gyeongseong School: The Lost Girls / Girl
Artist Name(s): Uhm Ji Won (Actor) | Park Bo Young (Actor) | Park So Dam (Actor) | Shim Hee Sup (Actor) | Joo Bo Bi (Actor) | Kong Ye Ji (Actor) 嚴智媛 (Actor) | 朴寶英 (Actor) | 朴素淡 (Actor) | 沈熙燮 (Actor) | 朱寶貝 (Actor) | Kong Ye Ji (Actor) 严智媛 (Actor) | 朴宝英 (Actor) | 朴素淡 (Actor) | 沈熙燮 (Actor) | 朱宝贝 (Actor) | Kong Ye Ji (Actor) オム・ジウォン (Actor) | パク・ボヨン (Actor) | パク・ソダム (Actor) | シム・ヒソプ (Actor) | Joo Bo Bi (Actor) | Kong Ye Ji (Actor) 엄지원 (Actor) | 박보영 (Actor) | 박소담 (Actor) | 심희섭 (Actor) | 주보비 (Actor) | 공예지 (Actor)
Release Date: 2021-01-11
Language: Korean, Thai
Subtitles: English, Thai
Place of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Duration: 99 (mins)
Publisher: Thai CD Online
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1098741856

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Starring : Park Bo Young, Uhm Ji Won, Park So Dam

Director : Lee Hae-Young
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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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December 12, 2017

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Another dark ominous domicile Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
In 1938 at the time of Japanese occupation Ju-ran (Bo-young Park) enters a large gothic type ‘cathedral’ for convalescence at Kyeongseong sanatorium, to cure her ill health of TB. Ju-ran’s father sends her there fearing the disease after her mother had died. The institution is sponsored by a Japanese military academy and run by an amiable but oddly reassuring headmistress (Ji-won Uhm) who instructs the girls in good morals, physical exercise and to take peculiar daily medications to cure their ills, and when returned to good health two are frequently selected for the academy, bestowed upon them by Japanese military benefactor Kenji (Hee-seop Shim). Ju-ran is also given a Japanese name of Shizuko, as also other ‘inmates’ having alternative Japanese names. Ju-ran, a modestly quiet girl depressingly self uncertain of her health, is befriended by Yeon-doek (So-dam Park) an aspiring athletic at the school’s outdoor gymnastics, who due to Ju-ran’s fragility and ‘weirdness’, wishes to encourage her health. Another girl Yuka (Ye-ji Kong) harbours grave misgivings of the disappearance of a boarder also with a Japanese name Shizuko, who was recently ‘selected’. Yuko becomes curious why Ju-ran is also named Shizuko and also oddly impervious to pain. Yuka criticises Yeon-deok’s sudden indifference of Shizuko when befriending Ju-ran. Shizuko, Yuka and Yeon-deok had become close friends to the point of love and Shizuko’s sudden disappearance disturbs Yuka how Shizuko was also unable to feel physical pain (like Ju-ran’s now duplicate symptoms) and that something is very wrong about the ‘selection’ process. Due to this Ju-ran becomes the object of bullying at a private ‘secret garden’ meeting place. Why is Ju-ran odd and impervious to pain? Reasons somewhat connected to the absent Shizuko?

Later in a classroom a girl Kihara (Bo-bi Joo) is stricken by an angered fit when Ju-ran innocently asks a negative question of the whereabouts of Shizuko. Kihara lunges at Ju-ran and attempts to strangle her, then suffering an horrendous fit. Ju-ran later encounters Kihara who apologies for her misdeed but cannot understand why she’d done so. With contestant medication administered by the headmistress, Ju-ran begins to get further odd side effects - hotness, heaviness in her chest and lesser feelings of pain - all familiar to Yeon-deok and Yuka; the same symptoms of Shizuko before disappearing. Also Ju-ran begins to see apparitions of Shizuko and other girls begin to go ‘missing’.
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December 12, 2017

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Ju-ran’s hazardous experience Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
As mystery deepens Yeon-deok, eavesdropping a heated conversation between the headmistress and Kenji, discovers a dark secret of what’s really happening to girls at the sanatorium, that horrifies her to the soul’s core.

By the introductory overhead camera shots of the mountainous Kyeongseong forest and Ju-ran entering the opulent decor of the large sanatorium boarding school - its wide view dark wooden floors menacing and desirous at the same instant - you’re in no doubt that a rich, nostalgic K-horror awaits. Nostalgic by K-movie motifs of Whispering Corridors red gob stopper ‘treat’, an early indicator of the ‘Yeo-go-kuei-dam’ school horror series and by the visually rich gothic atmosphere, The Silenced is logical horror shifting genre type. But even though considering the Japanese occupation setting, I never suspected such an excessive outcome (not Yonggary...but). On the onset all this could suggest a haunting psychological out-of-comfort zone theatric by Ju-ran’s depressing ill health. But the ritual display of ‘flower’ medication and Ju-ran’s suspicions running riot due to her unusual medicinal ‘side effects’, an increasing biohazard picture ensues. The ‘ghost’ elements are progressive and logical considering what such medication would be doing to the ‘selected’ girl’s psychical minds, the supernatural juxtaposed by chemical nerve invasion. There are interesting subtle aspects, too, by Ju-ran and Yeon-deok’s relationship that amidst a strange environment the two girls, when naturally relating to one another at the lake scene, Ju-an’s ‘ill health’ is somewhat ‘cured’ - she doesn't cough up blood suddenly - to display that maybe the rich natural environment and friendship, the sense of freedom/belonging shifted Ju-an’s ill fixed mind towards happiness and true health.

But that sweet subtlety is fleeting as an inevitable darker end awaits, and if having no idea what’s to come, will surprise, shock (and most likely bring natural mirth to certain bits) by the excessive conclusion. The Silenced is a very good movie - if you like mystery K-horror types (Whispering Corridors, Yoga, Two Moons, The Cat and the like) you’ll like this. Albeit awarded honour as been bestowed, much rightful credit to the acting and screen play. The Silenced is an ominous theme that leans to satire and symbol (Ji-won’s ‘hanging’ motif suggestive of the Christ tabular motif in ‘Haunters’) and screen writer Hae-young Lee who gave us ‘Arahan’ its good to get.
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