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Directed by: Oxide Pang Danny Pang Oxide Pang Chung

Produced: 2005

Countries & Regions: Hong Kong

DVD Details

Certificate: 18

Studio: Palisades

Length: 284 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 2

Released: 23 October 2006

Cat No: TVD3663

Languages(s): Cantonese
Subtitles: English
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Dolby Digital 5.1

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The Eye Trilogy

Cast: Angelica Lee , Lawrence Chou , Bo-Lin Chen , Qi Shu , Isabella Leong , Wilson Yip , Philip Kwok , Chutcha Rujinanon , Yut Lai So , Candy Lo , Yin Ping Ko , Pierre Png , Edmund Chen , Benjamin Yuen , Bongkoj Khongmalai , Eugenia Yuan , Jesdaporn Pholdee , May Phua , Rayson Tan , Alan Tern , San Yow , Kate Yeung , Yu Gu , Ray MacDonald

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Trilogy of fantasy horror from the Pang brothers. In ’The Eye’ (2002), twenty-year-old Mun (Anjelica Lee), who has been blind since the... Read More




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Trilogy of fantasy horror from the Pang brothers. In ’The Eye’ (2002), twenty-year-old Mun (Anjelica Lee), who has been blind since the age of two, decides to undergo a risky corneal transplant operation. When the bandages come off, the operation seems to have been successful, but Mun begins to experience unnerving visions of mysterious strangers - and it soon transpires that the face she is seeing in the mirror is not her own. Desperate to escape from this nightmare, Mun sets out to discover the identity of the person through whose eyes she is now viewing the world. In the second film, ’The Eye 2’ (2004), Joey Cheng (Qi Shu) is in a fragile emotional state following her third consecutive relationship break-up. When her most recent married lover Sam (Jesdaporn Pholdee) starts avoiding her calls, Joey tries manic retail therapy to ease her pain - and then, in a cry for help, stages a half-hearted suicide bid. But her overdose triggers a series of unsettling phantom visions that increase in intensity when she discovers she’s pregnant. When a mysterious female ghost starts following her every move, she realises to her horror that she is bearing the reincarnation of Sam’s wife (Eugenia Yuan), who committed suicide over their affair... The third instalment, ’The Eye... Infinity’ (2005) follows a group of teenagers who travel to Thailand and pass the time by dabbling in black magic and telling each other ghost stories. After stumbling across a book that claims to be the key to seeing the dead, the group unleash a series of strange events that will have lasting repercussions.

As Hollywood continues its series of indifferent remakes of these remarkable Oriental originals, it's salutary to go back to the source and see just what the fuss was all about in the first place. That's precisely what this welcome issue of the complete Pang Brothers Eye trilogy allows us to do, plunging the nervous viewer into a visually delirious and phantasmagorical world where things are seldom what they seem, and the adjacent world of the spirits can have lethal consequences. This set features the previously unreleased Eye Infinity, and while it may not have the exuberance of the original films, admirers of the work of these filmmakers will welcome the catch the whole sequence.

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