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Memento Mori (Yeogo goedam II)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2001
Running time:97 minutes
Cast:Kim Min-sun, Park Yeh-jin, Lee Young-jinn
Director:Min Kyu-Dong, Kim Tae-Yong
Producer:Min Kyu-Dong, Kim Tae-Yong

Description: Kim Tae-yong and Min Kyu-dong direct this thriller about teen sexuality and supernatural fury. The film focuses on the young nubile Min-ah (Kim Min-seon), who stumbles upon a diary/scrapbook that details the freakishly intense relationship between her schoolgirl classmates Shi-eun (Lee Yeong-jin) and hacket-faced Hyo-shin (Park Ye-jin). The pair seem to have some sort of telepathic bond. When Hyo-shin appears to commit suicide, Min-ah shows the diary to two of her friends and the three attempt to discover what really happened to the girl.~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

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