Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait

Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait

A Korean writer travels to Vietnam to do research for her story about a cursed portrait of a Vietnamese girl named Muoi.

"Muoi" charts the path of a Korean writer who travels to Vietnam in search of stories for her second novel. There she learns about a mystery centered around a century-old vengeful spirit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait torrent reviews

christian r (es) wrote: Love the part where the nerd had mustard on his face of his dance so rad dog

John B (es) wrote: Very cookie cutter in its approach. You could take any sentimental film from the last twenty years, replicate all the poignant scenes and come up with a film like this. Feels forced. The characters are taking unbelievable leaps of faith.

Anesia R (es) wrote: A decent comedy that draws on the euphoria following the German reunification. Quite a bit of historical knowledge about the former East Germany is required to thoroughly enjoy this.

John A (fr) wrote: Stylish 'art house' French film of love, desire, and self examination seen through the eyes of teenage girls. No-one else exists in their world but themselves and those they long for. No adults or younger children seem to exist for them. Sad in many ways. Beautiful in many others. Brought back strong emotions from younger days. Great soundtrack.

Shea M (ca) wrote: This movie had some funny lines. If the main characters could be re-cast, this movie could actually be pretty good.

Alaura S (au) wrote: I wish she ended up with the girl in the end but thats just me =)

Luigi (mx) wrote: I love this almost silent film. The bath house is dreamlike. Go out of your way to experience this film.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Good for some mindless entertainment - and that's about it; movie feels older than what it is.

Mark H (it) wrote: About 45 minutes in and it's just your typical ridiculous 90s action flick. Unrealistic characters, unrealistic action, unrealsitic plot. You see where I'm going with this...If you have even a passing interest in mountaineering you probably... won't be able to enjoy this.Doubt I'm gonna bother to finish watching.

Alan L (us) wrote: Thanks to Director Tsui Hark.The final ladder fight was one of the intense fights ever created even though the move of Jet Li is actually played by the stunt man.Watch with commentary audio if you still can't see the stunt man's face.Action sequences are not much but the direction is captivated.Musics are composed by HK's best composer ,James Wong,None of the HK composer can replace him up to these day and some HK directors are preferred to hire composer from other countries,True.Once Upon A Time In China,certainly one of the Jet Li and Tsui Hark Best.While the sequel is the best among all the trilogies in my opinion.

Kelly B (es) wrote: Jack Lemmon's directorial debut, is a very heart-warming tale of the trials of growing older. Walter Matthau is brilliant in the title role, and gives one of his finest, out of his more serious roles. Something about 70's film-making in general that captures a majority of my favorite things.

Akin J (us) wrote: Very decent classic. I made have not enjoyed it like most people, but I can see why the film is so iconic and important.

Robin M (fr) wrote: Has one of the best lines in picture history, Caesar yelling infamy infamy they all have in in for me

Gloria M (it) wrote: another great film by ken loach. i just hope it's not his last.

Damian L (nl) wrote: I would of left this one in the draw.

Josh H (es) wrote: Just as corny as the first attempt, if not more so considering the addition of the new characters. Again, I had very low expectations.