The Red Shoes (2005) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

The Red Shoes (2005) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2005
  • Genre:  Ghost & Spirit
  • Cast and crew: Hye-Su Kim, Seong-Su Kim, Yeon-ah Park
  • Director:  Yong-gyun Kim
  • Screenwriter:  Hans Christian Andersen, Ma Sang-Ryeol, Yong-gyun Kim

The Red Shoes (2005) Rating:

  • Simina = 8 / 10;
  • IMDb = 5.9 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 4.7 / 10;

The Red Shoes (2005) Synopsis:

A woman finds a pair of pink high heel shoes in a subway and realizes that greed, jealousy, and death are the consequences of owning them.

Review:

Bunhongsin (original title) is the Korean modern adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale. In this take of the story, after divorcing her cheating husband, Sun-Jae takes her daughter, Tae-Su and moves to a shabby apartment, hoping for a fresh new start. She hires a designer to fix her new home and soon after, on her way home, she finds a pair of pink shoes in the subway. That’s when the nightmare starts. The shoes are carrying a curse that started more than half a century ago, which causes the people who steal them from their current owner, to die of an agonizing death. Sun-Jae must find how to end the curse before Tae-Su (who kept stealing her mother new shoes) will become its victim.

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