Mun is a blind Japanese girl who receives a cornea transplant that will allow her to see again. However, she soon realises that there's something fishy going on when she starts seeing people that no one else can. Things go from bad to worse when the ghosts turn out to be anything but Casper-esque and friendly, but in fact are downright evil. She then has to go on a journey to find out who the previous owner of the cornea was...
Like the Sixth Sense only without the annoying kid and much much more messed up, The Eye re-affirms Japan's position as the creator of the greatest horror films ever. I wouldn't recommend that you come tonight if you're easily frightened/planning on getting any sleep for the next few nights, but if you want to see how horror's meant to be done then come tonight and see both this AND Audition beforehand. And don't say I didn't warn you...
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Danny Pang, Oxide Pang Chun, Jo Jo Yuet-chun Hui
Angelica Lee, Lawrence Chou, Chutcha Rujinanon, Yut Lai So, Candy Lo
Cantonese, Thai, English, Mandarin, Hakka
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