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Three… Extremes

Plot

An Asian cross-cultural trilogy of horror films from accomplished indie directors.

Release Year: 2004

Rating: 7.1/10 (8,368 voted)

Critic's Score: 66/100

Director:
Fruit Chan

Stars: Bai Ling, Byung-hun Lee, Kyoko Hasegawa

Storyline
An Asian cross-cultural trilogy of horror films from accomplished indie directors.

Writers: Chan-wook Park, Lilian Lee

Cast:

Bai Ling

Mei (segment "Dumplings")


Pauline Lau

Li's Maid (segment "Dumplings")


Tony Leung Ka Fai

Lee (segment "Dumplings")


Meme Tian

Connie (segment "Dumplings")

(as Meme)


Miriam Yeung Chin Wah

Ching (segment "Dumplings")


Sum-Yeung Wong

Old Hairdresser (segment "Dumplings")


Kam-Mui Fung

Vomiting Woman (segment "Dumplings")


Wai-Man Wu

Nurse (segment "Dumplings")


Chak-Man Ho

Wang (segment "Dumplings")


Miki Yeung

Kate (segment "Dumplings")


So-Fun Wong

Kate's Mother (segment "Dumplings")


Kai-Piu Yau

Gynaecologist (segment "Dumplings")


Byung-hun Lee

Director (segment "Cut")


Won-hie Lim

Stranger (segment "Cut")

(as Won-Hee Lim)


Hye-jeong Kang

Director's Wife (segment "Cut")

Taglines:
From the Nightmares of 3 Horror Masters



Details

Official Website:
Lions Gate Films [United States] |

Release Date: 20 August 2004

Opening Weekend: $36,414
(USA)
(30 October 2005)
(19 Screens)

Gross: $75,829
(USA)
(13 November 2005)



Technical Specs

Runtime:

South Korea:
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Argentina:
(Mar del Plata Film Festival)
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Australia:
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USA:

Goofs:

Crew or equipment visible:
In the segment "Cut," towards the end of the film there is a panning shot looking in through a window. The reflection of one or more persons standing on the outside portion (the side the camera is on) can be seen.

Quotes:

Mei:
You're rich but I'm free.



User Review

Wow

Rating: 9/10


Wow, just went to go see these three shorts last night, which are about
45 mins a piece. I agree that "Cut" was one of the most enjoyable
horror experiences I have had since High Tension. Takeshi Miike is
probably the biggest name in the Asian horror biz, but I have to say
that I miss the style of his earlier work, like Audition and Happiness
of the Katakuri's. "Box" was very strange but it leaves little
explanation for what has actually occurred, and I wish it delved a
little deeper. And oh my! Mr. Fruit Chan, I have never heard of you
before last night. "Dumplings" was by far one of the most deranged
things I have ever watched. And the sound that was used in this short
was was of the most intense, stomach curdling noises that are still
sticking with me today. This was a very fun watch, and I am glad I got
to see it before it left the theater. My recommendation….don't eat a
big meal before you start!!!