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|Tony Leung Kar-Fai|
|Lee Jun Goo|
|Lee Mi Mi|
|Park Chan-wook||Director, Screenwriter|
|Peter Ho-Sun Chan||Producer|
|Patricia Cheng||Associate Producer|
|Yee Chung-man||Production Designer|
|Park Dong-Ho||Executive Producer|
|Koji Endo||Score Composer|
|Lee Eu-Gene||Executive Producer|
|Oh Jung-Won||Executive Producer|
|Kazuo Kuroi||Executive Producer|
|Chan Kwong-wing||Score Composer|
|Jin Nakamura||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Dora Ng||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Peach Present||Score Composer|
|Choi Pyeong-ho||Executive Producer|
|Cho Sang-Kyung||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Takashi Sasaki||Production Designer|
|Yoo Seong-Hee||Production Designer|
|Kim Suk-won||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Eric Tsang||Executive Producer|
|Kinson Tsang||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Pater Wong||Art Director|
|Tomoko Yasuno||Costumes/Costume Designer|
Posted October 1, 2010
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This film is a great thriller done in the style of Alfred Hitchcock. It is set into three vingettes, hence the name 'Three Extremes'. One could interpret that many ways.
The first vingette features the voraciously and comically blood thirsty appetite of a self-styled Vampira.(^_^)! The second is a drama short about the health and beauty benefits of very special and magical dumplings. Or perhaps it is an expression at the vanity of women which knows of no boundaries.
The final scene is called 'The Box'. Two little sisters inadvertently leave their little brother in a box and burned to a crisp after lighting thier home on fire. For me this referenced Mercyful Fate.
Thank's again Grandma!
The Beastlord Slavedragon, who is also known at school as Eddie Munster, he hath spake