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The Voice
Ghost Voice / Voice Letter

South Korea 2005
produced by
Cine 2000, Cinema Service, CJ Entertainment
directed by Choe Ik-hwan
starring Seo Ji-hye, Kim Ok-bin, Cha Ye-ryeon, Kim Seo-hyeong, Lim Hyeon-kyeong, Na Eun-kyeong
written by Choe Ik-hwan, Sol Joon-Seok, music by Lee Byeong-hun

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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One day, high school student Young-eon (Kim Ok-bin) stays at school into the evening to practice her singing ... and she is killed by some kind of spirit or something. Thing is, she doesn't know that she's dead but wanders the hallways as a ghost, and only her best friend Sun-min (Seo Ji-hye) can hear her. Now the two of them try to figure out what has happened - and you have to understand, Young-eon's body has not yet been found - and they at first suspect their music teacher to have the hands in the whole thing ... until she is found hanged ina  classroom. Later, Young-eon's body is found atop the elevator, which makes her and Sun-min all the more keen to find out what's going on - especially when ghost Young-eon hears other ghostly voices that seem to come after her.

Sun-min hooks up with Cho-ah (Cha Ye-ryeon), the weirdo of her class, but the only one who seems to have an idea of what's going on and knowledge about talking with ghosts, and soon a few things fall into place: It seems that the music teacher once had a student with a singing voice much like Young-eon, Hyo-jung (Lim Hyeon-kyeong), with whom she also had a lesbian relationship - but then, Hyo-jung killed herself and got a second life as a ghost who could only speak to the teacher. But along came Young-eon, and the teacher's interest shifted away from her spirit friend, which made her lose her voice and slowly vanish into oblivion. So maybe the spirit of Hyo-jung is after Young-eon, but maybe it's also time for Sun-min to let go of her spirit friend and let her vanish into oblivion, too.

The finale has Young-eon face her adversary, the spirit who has been following her - and it is herself, who shows her the real Young-eon, not the sweet girl she pictures herself to be but the bitch who persuaded her cancer-ridden mother to commit suicide and who stole the music teacher away from her spirit friend and then drove the teacher to suicide, and who now won't let go of Sun-min either.

Ultimately, Young-eon sees the error of her ways and refrains from contacting Sun-min anymore while Sun-min receives treatment for her otherworldly apparitions - however, in the end it's her who doesn't want to let go of her friend.

The film starts out as an atmospheric mix of murder mystery and horror movie, maybe not the most original film but wholly entertaining. Unfortunately though, the whole plot is let down by its finale that tries to cram in quite a few plottwists too many to even remain believable (within its ghoststory context of course), and by trying to tie everything to its psychological subtext, the film loses its carefully built-up tension - which is a shame, too, and thus the film becomes just another example of a movie trying to be too smart for its own good.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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