A cellist is haunted by strange events after a car wreck.

Strange events plague a gifted cellist (Hyeon-a Seong) after she survives a car accident. A ghost visits her, and everyone in her household, including her dog, her sister-in-law, her husband, and their two daughters, is at risk. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cello torrent reviews

Cait S (br) wrote: I love this movie. I laughed I cried and would totally watch it again. If you don't like Morgan Freeman for shame. You will love the man in this movie.

Bobby P (ag) wrote: I love a good small film, but I fucking hated In Between Days. The polar opposite of compelling.

Elisa P (gb) wrote: Nope...I didn't like it...

Paul N (ag) wrote: Revisited before watching T2. This is a great 8/10 film, with a great story and memorable (but not always loveable) characters. What pushes it up to 9/10 is the soundtrack, not a duff note in there, and born slippy is in my top 10 songs ever so I'm quite a bit partisan...

Matthew P (br) wrote: Cheesy vampire soft porn

C B (it) wrote: It means well, but after the first act, it becomes a cheesy, cliche mess without much sense or interest. Recommended only if you are interested in the modern history of Burma or pretty pictures to fill the background. Don't expect much in the form of acting, plot, or characterization (other than annoying). Rating: (Low) Rental

Peter A (jp) wrote: A fantastic movie which is fanciful, fantastic and mysterious all at the same time. I love it.

Amr M (it) wrote: beautiful movie about a young woman who lost her husband and trying to approach a new love.. the music and songs in the movie are very touching.. the acting was not that good.. but anouk was really beautiful the scenes of the rally were boring for me

maye (ru) wrote: A great film all throughout!

Noah F (kr) wrote: An underrated black comedy thriller classic, American Psycho will leave you breathless for hours after the haunting final line. It's subversive, it's allegorical, it's entertaining, and it offers Christian Bale's both complex, meticulous role.

Carlos G (us) wrote: I enjoy watching good movies made from this time period. It felt good watching story unfold but definite sad ending.

Paul J (de) wrote: A beautiful tender coming of age drama that is uncompromisingly honest. The young actor's acting is utterly real (not to mention the supporting cast as well). The film is both funny and tragic. Countless truthful moments that capture the painfulness of growing up perfectly. The bird represents the last of his childhood (and magic). In the end, when he's asks about his future occupation, it's a sign that he'll have to let go of that childhood innocence. The bird is a farewell to a youthful aspiration that often gets crushed once we get older. The soccer sequence is hysterical. Also, the scene where Casper explains what the bird means to him is so moving. Not to mention the touching scene where his teacher visits him and sees the bird for himself. The film totally touched me. Heartbreaking.