I didn't see a thread already started for this title, just the ones about if/when it was getting released here. I got interested in this after seeing both The Ring and Ringu. I read that Tom Cruise's production company has the rights to make an American version of this. (I'm sure it will be nowhere near as good, IMHO.) I thought that while some parts of the movie were a little predictable, overall it was an excellent piece of filmmaking. The special effects did a great job of enhancing the story instead of BEING the story (are you listening Hollywood?!?) The movie was creepy in parts; kudos to the sound editor for creating some great sound effects that are just as effective as the visual effects. The story, very briefly, is about a young woman, Mun, who lost her sight at age two. Now in her twenties, she receives a cornea transplant which is too successful. She regains her sight, but also 'sees' things that are not real. Or are they? The cinematography is artful without ever being pretentious. The Pang Brothers don't waste one frame of film in the entire movie. Every shot counts. The use of focus plays a big part in getting us to feel what Mun is experiencing. There's a nice "making of" feature (appr. 15 mins.) that is also included. The movie is presented in 5.1 Cantonese with English subtitles. (The translation is excellent...too often foreign movies use syntax that is awkward but this film just flows...) Anyone have any other views on this?