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Plot: Though she has never once seen her father, Hyun-soo has never felt his absense, as there is a perfect mother for her. Her mother is also a renowned plastic surgeon, so she is never lonely, surrounded by girls who want beauty consultations from her mother. But her happiness comes to an end as her friends who have received facial surgery from her mother start to commit mysterious suicides by cutting out their faces. She also starts to feel that there is someone else in the house where she lives alone with her mother. One day, she discovers a hidden basement and there, she comes to find a secret from her past, which will bring great turmoil to mother and daughter.
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A Nutshell Review: Cinderella
No, this is nothing about that fairy tale with the pumpkin coach, fairy godmother and the glass slippers, but if I were to elaborate, I would have to spoil it for you, which I won’t. But don’t let curiosity get the better of you, as this movie is not fantastic. It’s one of those movies that start off promisingly, before betraying its audience with cheap scare tactics and an incoherent storyline. And that’s real horror.
Yoon-hee (To Ji-Won) and Hyun-soo (Shin Se-kyeong) are your ideal mother and daughter. One’s a successful plastic surgeon, while the other your dutiful, obedient, and beautiful teenage daughter. Their relationship is like hand in glove, so close you’d think of them more as siblings rather than parent-child. But things start to go wrong (don’t they always) when Hyun-soo’s friends, whom Yoon-hee has operated on, start to go berserk.
Perhaps it’s a warning to audiences, and for those Koreans ladies who don’t bat an eyelid when going under the knife, if news reports are to be believed. The only truly scary moments are those scenes in plastic surgery, though somehow, I thought Kim Ki-duk’s Time actually had more gore when featuring and describing what goes on during the surgery itself.
It’s a tale of two halves, the fist being an attempt to shock audiences with standard scare tactics, which, I admit, did get to me now and then. However, the second half degenerated the movie into mindless mumbo-jumbo melodramatics, and was quite contrived into its forcing its ideas down your throat. Some things begin not to make sense, and while attempts are always presented to explain, you probably won’t buy it, not that horror movies are logical to begin with.
The leads are all beautiful, and there is a distinct lack of male presence besides the negligible cop role. But hey, I’m not complaining, though the storyline could have been improved tremendously. I’d recommend you to watch this, only if you’re a fan of mediocre Korean horror, on VCD. Watch out for those face off-ish moments!
Not that bad but could’ve been much better
When her friends start mysteriously dying, a young woman finds a disturbing secret for their strange behavior when she learns the incidents occur following an operation each one received from her mother and races to stop her friends from killing themselves before more of her friends are injured.
There was some good stuff to this one from time-to-time. One of the best features is that when it starts to get going there are some great plays on the nature of beauty. With each of the girls shown to be vain about their appearance to fit into accepted society going through the unnecessary surgery, this one enhances the idea that those who decide to get surgery are the ones who get attacked in several good scenes. One of the best here is the rather fun and entertaining birthday party scenes, which have some creepy images once it utilizes them, from the lit birthday-cake moving through the darkened room to the rather bizarre freak-outs when the power goes out which is a pretty entertaining scene. Coupled with the different visions in the mirrors featuring the distorted face, either with severe scalpel marks or burn wounds is an overall great scene. Another really fun scene is the fantastic scene in art class, which starts with the hand appearing in the paint before dragging the victim head-first into it, only when returning to it later on showing no signs of anything having happened. With that comes the enjoyable film-long plus here in the kills, which are pretty graphic and brutal. Several faces are sliced up with knives, a burnt victim, a stabbing in the arm and more, which while it doesn’t sound like a lot definitely has its moments. Moreover, once it becomes quite clear what’s happening, this one picks up considerably. The backstory to this is quite important to that as it helps to identify the causes of what’s going on with there being two great parts that come from it. Firstly is the awesome twist that’s revealed, which isn’t seen coming and is definitely something that comes as a shock but also highlights her obsession with plastic surgery towards her daughters’ friends as well being a rather inventive way of finding out about it. The need for hiding the secret from others with the work she does is a fine way of showing the obsession needed to carry it off while also showing off the grisly underside of the desire for physical perfection. As this ties nicely into the fun attack scenes where the victims are tortured based on the surgery performed, placing the theme of their misguided quest for beauty squarely at the forefront for a rather interesting storyline. These here are what works for the film. There were a couple of problems with this one that holds it down somewhat. One of the film’s biggest flaws is that this makes utterly no sense at all. From the revelation angle that’s done at the very end that’s just so confusingly done that nothing here is given anything close to a definitive answer to the film’s incessant problem of skipping around in time so much that there’s hardly any way of knowing where anyone is at in a certain point in time, this one becomes all the more frustrating without giving clear answers as it goes on. The film gradually gets irritating since it goes from the present time to the flashback that explains everything to see what happened with the friends without any change to explain that it’s skipping around in time. It all looks the same, from the wardrobe to the outfits and appearance as well, and this just ends up not really doing the film any favors in clarifying issues at all. The fact that the film just sort of ends without really doing anything else is a big part of that. This one doesn’t have a real clear-cut way of ending, just featuring scenes that make it impossible to tell what’s going on, and it’s a very problematic issue. The last flaw is that there’s not a whole lot in the middle that are really enjoyable, which manages to come across so dull they rarely match up with any kind of excitement or momentum. All in all, these all take this one down.
Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Language.
Original Language ko
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (South Korea), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (USA)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Man-dae Bong
Writer Kwang-soo Son
Actors Ah-yung Ahn, Gyu-ryun Ahn, Do Ji-Won
Country South Korea
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm