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Three (2002)

140 min - Horror, Mystery, Foreign - 9 July 2002
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Memories: A woman wakes up on a street without memory. A husband cannot remember why his wife left him. The woman wanders the streets trying to contact the only phone number she has on her. The husband see's her ghost in his apartment and discovers her mutilated body in a large bag in his home (Korea). The Wheel: Extravagant cursed puppets cause fires, deaths, physical pain and a little girl to be possessed (Thailand). Going Home: A father goes in search of his missing son and is abducted by a strange man. The strangers wife has died of cancer three years prior but he keeps her in his apartment under the impression she will 'wake up' (Hong Kong)

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Memories: A woman wakes up on a street without memory. A husband cannot remember why his wife left him. The woman wanders the streets trying to contact the only phone number she has on her. The husband see's her ghost in his apartment and discovers her mutilated body in a large bag in his home (Korea). The Wheel: Extravagant cursed puppets cause fires, deaths, physical pain and a little girl to be possessed (Thailand). Going Home: A father goes in search of his missing son and is abducted by a strange man. The strangers wife has died of cancer three years prior but he keeps her in his apartment under the impression she will 'wake up' (Hong Kong)



Tagline: When two just ain't enough!

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Country:   Hong Kong Thailand South Korea
Release Date:  9 July 2002

Box Office

Revenue:  $2,425,000

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Technical Specs

Runtime:  2 h 20 min

Three (三更; Sāngēng) is a 2002 horror film collaboration consisting of three omnibus segments by directors from three Asian countries.

Three (2002) Movie Trailer

The segments are, in the following order:

Memories, directed by Kim Jee-woon (South Korea) – dialogue in Korean
The Wheel, directed by Nonzee Nimibutr (Thailand) – dialogue in Thai
Going Home, directed by Peter Chan (Hong Kong) – dialogue in Cantonese and Mandarin

Released in America as “3…Extremes II” to capitalize on the success of Three… Extremes (2004).

The project has a sequel, Three… Extremes (2004) following the same concept but with directors Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike and Park Chan-wook. [wikipedia]