Yee do hung gaan

Yee do hung gaan

This is the story of Yan, a young woman haunted by fleeting images of what she believes to be dead people. Told that it is all in her mind by her psychologist Jim, Yan still cannot find any...

This is the story of Yan, a young woman haunted by fleeting images of what she believes to be dead people. Told that it is all in her mind by her psychologist Jim, Yan still cannot find any... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Randy P (us) wrote: Looks like a worthy see, first movie was terrifiying, don't let me down... it let me down.

doug b (fr) wrote: intense not good for little kids

Mandi L (it) wrote: I-Loved-this-film! Im a big fan of Juno Temple's acting and she definitely did not disappoint. Not sure why the critics gave this such a low score...they must be bat shit because it was soooo well executed. If you watch this movie...and love it, then I definitely recommend the following titles to watch as well:-Cheap Thrills-Nerve-13 Sins

Becky B (it) wrote: I cannot BELIEVE this film didn't get higher ratings. I absolutely adored it!!!!!I've always had a thing for Frankenstein and Gargoyles, plus I really liked the story and the visuals and the music were spot on.

Andy L (it) wrote: A movie where honesty, bravery and responsibility are not part of the story as it happens very often in real life.

Private U (es) wrote: An excellent movie. Drama, tension, a story, characters that do evolve, something Hollywood should learn.

Paul C (fr) wrote: Just cheesy. Nothing much here but a couple funny parts

Paul R (fr) wrote: This is a very, very underrated movie. The whole cast is a veritable conglomeration of some of the finest talent of the period (and some are still around): Julie Andrews & Carol Channing? Broadway actresses. Mary Tyler Moore, well we all know her from her sitcoms....The picture, itself, is pure camp: It was intended to be campy from the very beginning. If you don't get the tap-dancing in the elevator and "white slavery" bit you will miss the whole point of the humor. It's SUPPOSED to be a SILLY movie based on the pastiche of the 1920s...it's a satire. A lot of the humor is subtle and that is why many viewers both now and in 1967 didn't get it. It is one of my favorite childhood movies and seeing it again not only renewed my appreciation the movies visual work it gave me a deeper appreciation of the cast's talent. I would have loved to have seen the play...but, then would I be hard-pressed not to keeping wanting to see Julie Andrews as Millie, if I did? Know one can do Victor/Victoria--except Julie Andrews and this is a Julie Andrews movie.

Christopher S (gb) wrote: Plenty corny, and a little over-the-top, but it still brings a smile to my face.

Thiago C (kr) wrote: Entertaining and nicely crafted

Jake R (ca) wrote: THE LOBSTER seems almost too strange to consider, with a story so unique and ambitious that it is hard to imagine how it was given a budget to bring into production, let alone draw the likes of Rachel Weisz and Colin Farrell. I am so glad that it exists, because I truly found it to be one of the most compelling films in years. Director Yorgos Lanthimos drives a fantastic visual narrative, walking the fine line between artistic cinema and offbeat comedy, and yet this film still takes itself seriously, which is why I think it works so well. Undoubtedly this is marinated in satire, but the dystopian world we see is thoroughly frightening -- the kind of world glimpsed only in fever dreams or thought about during anxious nights of sleeplessness. Farrell is extraordinary and fulfills his leading role with perfection down to the last unsettling scene. This is a wonderfully strange film.

Antonio M (de) wrote: I love this movie when I was little, now not so much.