Into the Mirror 2-Disc SE in April
Tartan Video have announced the UK DVD release of Into the Mirror (Two-Disc Special Edition) for 25th April 2005 priced at £19.99. Former policeman, Wu Young-min accidentally caused the death of his colleague in the course of duty. Forced to leave the force, he’s now head security guard at Dreampia Department Store which is set to reopen after a mysterious fire.
However, people start dying in disturbingly strange fashions, seemingly murdered by their own reflections. With former rival, and now co-worker, Ha Hyun-Su helping, he sets out to solve the mystery, uncovering darker secrets about the company and increasingly battling his own demons.
After the Japanese invasion of extreme cinema, Korean horror has increasingly grown in profile and popularity with films such as Old Boy, Sympathy for Mr Vengeance and The Isle. Director Kim Sung-Ho has crafted a chilling psychological ghost story which echoes Ring trilogy, Phone and Seven. He reveals that our inner most fears are often borne out of our own actions.
This two-disc special edition includes the following features:
- Anamorphic Widescreen Presentation
- DD5.1 & DTS 5.1 Surround
- Director’s commentary
- The Film in Storyboards (113mins)
- Behind-the-Scenes documentary:
- Thoughts from the director (35:34)
- The Story (02:28)
- Two Selves (06:45)
- Reality & Reflection (11:55)
- The World in The Mirror (08:39)
- Making the film (13:59)
- Deleted scenes (08:52)
- Music Video (03:00)
- TV Spot (00:23)
Artwork and menu screens follow...