Gin Gwai 1 (The Eye).DVDRip.P2.2002.Thailand.avi
Gin gwai 1 (The Eye).DVDRip.P2.2002.Thailand.avi
Gin gwai 1 (The Eye) is a 2002 horror film directed by the Pang brothers, Danny and Oxide Chun Pang. The film stars Lee Sin-Je as Wong Kar Mun, a blind violinist who regains her sight after a corneal transplant, but also starts seeing ghosts and visions of death. The film was a critical and commercial success, and spawned several sequels and a Hollywood remake in 2008 starring Jessica Alba.
Wong Kar Mun has been blind since the age of five, and lives a secluded life as a classical violinist. She undergoes an eye cornea transplant after receiving a pair of new eyes from a donor. At first, she is overjoyed with her restored vision, but soon becomes troubled when she starts seeing mysterious figures that seem to foretell gruesome deaths. She also sees a shadowy man who follows her everywhere, and has nightmares about a burning building.
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With the help of her psychologist, Dr. Wah, she tries to find out the identity of her donor and the source of her visions. They travel to Thailand, where they learn that the donor was a young girl named Ling who had the ability to see the future and the dead. Ling was shunned by her village and committed suicide by setting fire to her house. Mun realizes that she has inherited Ling's gift and curse, and that the shadowy man is Ling's spirit who wants to take back her eyes.
Mun and Wah return to Hong Kong, where they are caught in a traffic jam caused by a gas explosion. Mun sees that many people around her are marked for death, and tries to warn them. She also sees that Wah is one of them, and sacrifices herself to save him by pushing him out of the way of a falling billboard. Mun dies in Wah's arms, but not before telling him that she can finally see clearly.
The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised its atmosphere, suspense, and originality. The film has a 90% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 102 reviews, with an average rating of 7.3/10. The film also won several awards, including the Golden Bauhinia Award for Best Picture and the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress for Lee Sin-Je.
The film was also a box office hit, grossing over $13 million worldwide. It spawned three sequels: The Eye 2 (2004), The Eye 10 (2005), and The Child's Eye (2010), as well as a Hollywood remake in 2008 starring Jessica Alba and directed by David Moreau and Xavier Palud. The remake received mostly negative reviews from critics and audiences, and was criticized for being inferior to the original.
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