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Three (2002 film)

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Genre  Horror, Mystery
Film series  Three series
Country  South Korea Thailand Hong Kong
6.3/10 IMDb

Initial DVD release  February 2, 2005 (Italy)
Duration  
Three (2002 film) movie poster
Language  Korean Thai Cantonese Mandarin
Director  Kim Jee-woon Nonzee Nimibutr Peter Ho-Sun Chan
Release date  July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12)
Writer  Teddy Chan (story), Matt Chow (screenplay), Yuet-Jan Hui (screenplay), Ek Iemchuen (story), Jee-woon Kim (screenplay), Nonzee Nimibutr (story), Nitas Singhamat (screenplay), Chao-Bin Su (story), Bobby White (subtitles)
Directors  Peter Chan, Nonzee Nimibutr, Kim Jee-woon
Cast  Kim Hye-soo (Song-min's Wife), Jeong Bo-seok (Song-min), Suwinit Panjamawat (Gaan), Leon Lai Ming (Yu Fai), Eric Tsang (Chan Kwok-Wai), John Shum (Photographer)
Similar movies  Crimson Peak, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, The Conjuring, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Insidious: Chapter 2, The Man with the Golden Gun
Tagline  When two just ain't enough!

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Three (Hangul: 쓰리; RR: Sseuli, Thai: อารมณ์ อาถรรพณ์ อาฆาต, Chinese: 三更; pinyin: Sāngēng) is a 2002 horror film collaboration consisting of three omnibus segments by directors from three Asian countries. The segments are, in the following order:

Contents

Three (2002 film) movie scenes
  • Memories, directed by Kim Jee-woon (South Korea) - dialogue in Korean
  • The Wheel, directed by Nonzee Nimibutr (Thailand) - dialogue in Thai
  • Going Home, directed by Peter Chan (Hong Kong) - dialogue in Cantonese and Mandarin

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    The project has a sequel, Three... Extremes (2004) following the same concept but with directors Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike and Park Chan-wook.

    Three (2002 film) Three film Wikipedia

    Three going home ending 2002


    Memories

    Three (2002 film) Film Review 3 Extremes II 2002 HNNDirected and screenplay by Kim Jee-woon Cinematography by Hong Kyung-pyo Three (2002 film) Three 2002

    A man goes to a psychiatrist to try to remember what happened the day his wife disappeared from his life. Meanwhile, his wife wakes up and finds herself lying on a deserted road, having no idea how she got there in the first place. Slowly, she recollects the memories of her previous life and takes a lead towards her and her husband's residence, a flat located in an empty housing estate called "New Town". Strange things befall on the couple: the husband experiences nightmares of his ghastly wife mutilating herself, while the wife feels as if others do not acknowledge her existence. When she finally arrives at her residence, she discovers the full truth.

    Three (2002 film) Film Review 3 Extremes II 2002 HNN

    The man had murdered his wife after an argument and cut her into pieces. Her remains are then stored in a black bag seen at certain points in the movie. The man experiences trauma after the incident, while the reason why others ignore the wife is because no one can see her. The man is then seen driving away from New Town with his wife's remains.

    Three (2002 film) Three 2002 Silver Emulsion Film Reviews

    Cast and roles include

  • Jeong Bo-seok - Husband
  • Kim Hye-soo - Wife
  • Choi Jeong-won - Doctor
  • Jang Jung-won - Eun-Ji
  • Jee Sung-keun - Taxi driver
  • Moon Jung-hee - Hyun-joo, the sister of the wife
  • Park Hee-soon - Hyun-joo's husband
  • The Wheel

    Directed by Nonzee Nimibutr Story by: Ek Iemchuen and Nonzee Nimibutr Screenplay by Nitas Singhamat Cinematography by Nattawut Kittikhun

    A puppet master (known as Hun lakhon lek) named Master Tao lies dying in his bed after he has drowned his wife and son. Tao fears of a curse coming from his puppets, which will exact their improper owners misery should they take hold of them. He is later burned alive inside his house with the spirits of his wife and son becoming witnesses. His rival, Master Tong, a tutor for traditional Thai dance connected to Hun lakhon lek (known as Khon) attempts to steal the puppets to raise his prestige. However, this causes deaths of many people in the troupe. Tong eventually meets the same fate as Tao when the house he is in catches flames and burns down.

    Cast and roles include

  • Suwinit Panjamawat - Gaan
  • Kanyavae Chatiawaipreacha - Nuan
  • Pornchai Chuvanon - Plew
  • Anusak Intasorn - Im
  • Pattama Jangjarut - Nan
  • Savika Kanchanamas - Sa-Ing
  • Manop Meejamarat - Cht
  • Tinnapob Seeweesriruth - Dang
  • Vinn Vasinanon - Bua
  • Pongsanart Vinsiri - Master Tong
  • Komgrich Yuttiyong - Master Tao
  • Going Home

    Directed by Peter Chan Story by Teddy Chan and Su Chao-Bin Screenplay by Matt Chow and Jo Jo Hui Yuet-chun Cinematography by Christopher Doyle Filming location: Former Police Married Quarters on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

    A widowed cop, Chan Kwok-wai moves to a dying apartment with his son, Cheung. He is informed about Yu, a neighbor across the complex, who lives with his paralyzed wife, Hai'er, and daughter. Yu's daughter creeps Cheung, but the two become friends and later play at a photo studio. However, Chan mistakenly believes that Yu has kidnapped Cheung and attempts to break into his apartment, only to get caught and rendered unconscious. Yu takes Chan hostage and reveals that his wife has died, yet he continues to talk to her as if she is alive. He promises to release him in three days, the time when his wife would "wake up" through the help of Chinese medicine, after which the two would go back to their Changsha home in the mainland. He also reveals that he never has a daughter, for she was aborted when his wife succumbed to liver cancer three years before.

    On the third day, Chan's fellow cops manage to arrest Yu. However, before he is taken away, he escapes and attempts to reach Hai'er, only to get killed when a car hits him. The doctor who treated Yu and Hai'er tell Chan the full truth about her patients as well as the fact that though Hai'er has died, she does indeed shows signs of life. The film ends with Cheung leaving the photo studio, which is shown to be closed from the outside but thriving in the inside, implying that it is otherworldly. Yu, Hai'er, and their daughter enter the studio to get their photos taken.

    Cast and roles include

  • Leon Lai - Yu
  • Eric Tsang - Chan Kwok-wai
  • Eugenia Yuan - Hai'er, Yu's wife
  • Li Ting-Fung - Cheung
  • Lau Tsz-Wing - Yu's Daughter
  • Camy Ting - Pathologist
  • Ting Tak-Ming - Janitor
  • Wong Heng - Doctor
  • John Shum - Photographer
  • Distribution

    This film was released in the U.S. under the title Three Extremes II, as the sequel was released first in U.S. territories, followed by this film.

    Awards

    The third segment of the film, Going Home, has won:

  • 2002 Golden Horse Film Festival:
  • Best Actor: Leon Lai
  • Best Cinematography: Christopher Doyle
  • 2003 Hong Kong Film Awards:
  • Best New Performer: Eugenia Yuan
  • References

    Three (2002 film) Wikipedia
    Three (2002 film) IMDbThree (2002 film) Rotten TomatoesThree (2002 film) themoviedb.org


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