Three Extremes

Three Extremes

Directed by Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike, Chan-wook Park

Three short films directed by Asian horror's most controversial directors. Fruit Chan directs a forty-minute cut of his earlier film DUMPLINGS, with newly shot footage. BOX is directed by Takashi Miike, and follows a romantic novelist who is haunted by a childhood trauma. Finally, CUT is directed by Chan-Wook Park, and follows a disgruntled film extra who forces an affable director to prove that he has a nasty streak of his own. Contains strong language, violence and gore.

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

Cast: Bai Ling, Pauline Lau, Tony Ka Fai Leung

Member Reviews

Loved all 3. Asian horror is very refreshing always pushing boundaries

Jam/Tarts
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a month ago

I only liked one story in this and it was dumplings

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3 months ago

Brutal stuff

Smidy81
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3 months ago

Asian horror is imaginative and or the

Banshee37
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4 months ago

It's no secret that 'Dumplings' is the number 1 here, however all three films are fantastic. Each completely individual and disturbing in there own way.

Catatonic
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4 months ago