Three... Extremes

Release date: October 28, 2005
(NY, LA, Austin)

Studio: Lions Gate Films

Directors: Fruit Chan, Park Chan-Wook, Miike Takashi

MPAA Rating: R (for strong disturbing violent content, some involving abortion and torture, and for sexuality and

Screenwriters: , ,

Starring: Tony Leung Ka Fai, Hye-jeong Kang, Byung-hun Lee, Jung-ah Yum, Mitsuru Akaboshi, Ling Bai, Lee Jun Goo, Kyoko Hasegawa, Pauline Lau, Mi Mi Lee, Won-Hee Lim, Meme , Mai Suzuki, Yuu Suzuki, Atsuro Watabe, So-Fun Wong, Miriam Yeung Chin Wah, Miki Yeung

Genre: Comedy, Horror

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Plot Summary:

A retired actress longing to retain her beauty seeks the rejuvenating effects of a doctor's "special" dumplings, only to discover they contain one horrifying ingredient... A film director is abducted by a vengeful stranger and forced to make an impossible choice that will change his life forever... A beautiful female novelist, still guilt-ridden over the childhood death of her twin sister, receives a mysterious invitation to meet at the site of her sister's demise... Exploring the outer limits of the macabre, Lions' Gate Films' "Three... Extremes" is a bracing triptych of horror stories uniting three of East Asia's most compelling directors – Japanese cult figure Takashi Miike, Hong Kong's Fruit Chan, and Korea's award-winning Park Chan-Wook. Using distinctive cinematic styles that span dream-like minimalism, savage comedy and baroque horror, these cutting-edge directors penetrate the dark heart of desire, examining the ghastly urges that transform ordinary people into monsters. Stylish, twisted and laced with haunting imagery, "Three...Extremes" breaks the bounds of genre cinema, confirming the visionary talent of three master directors.

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