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Podcast On Fire 275: The Eye

Angelica Lee sees dead people in The Eye from 2002, by the Pang Brothers. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Abnormal Beauty (2004)

abnormal-beautyPlot: Jiney (Race Wong) a young photography student finds herself uninspired when it comes to taking photographs anymore. Until one day, when she is walking home and witnesses a car accident. She suddenly has a sudden urge of inspiration as she begins to take photographs of a woman who was killed in the crash.

With her new found fascination for death, her girlfriend Jas (Rosanne Wong) finds this new inspiration worrying, even to the point where she finds Jiney swinging from the railing of a tenement building, questioning suicide.

With Jiney’s new obsession, it isn’t long before she has a mental break down…

With the loving support of Jas, Jiney is put back on the right track. Until one night where Jiney finds a mysterious video tape left on her doorstep. Out of curiosity Jiney watches it.

Jiney is horrified to see a woman being beaten to death by a man with a pipe. Jiney contacts the police, but the video tape isn’t enough evidence. Until one night where Jiney finds another video tape on her doorstep accompanied by Jas’s mobile phone. Read the rest of this entry »

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