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- Movie: Three... Extremes
- Revised romanization: Saam gaang yi
- Hangul: 쓰리, 몬스터
- Director: Fruit Chan (segment "Dumplings"), Takashi Miike (segment "Box"), Chan-wook Park (segment "Cut")
- Assistant Director: Seok Min-Woo (segment "Cut")
- Writer: Haruko Fukushima, Lilian Lee, Chan-wook Park, Bun Saikou
- Release Date: August 20, 2002
- Runtime: 118 min.
- Genre: Horror-Omnibus
- Language: Korean, Japanese, Cantonese, Mandarin
- Country: South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan
Dumplings A former TV star (Miriam Yeung) is still attractive, but no longer acting. Her husband goes on long trips without her and doesn't even bother with alibis. She turns to a woman (Bai Ling) she has heard about -- a perky, cheerful type who works out of a small apartment in a high rise. This woman cooks and serves dumplings. "How old do I look to you?" she asks her client. The actress guesses -- oh, about 30. I would have said even younger. The cook says she's a lot older than that.
The secret is in her dumplings. The actress pays for an order, looks at them dubiously, eats them, comes back for more. She thinks she looks better. I
Box A reclusive, guilt-ridden writer with a stunned relationship to her publisher remembers the horrible death of her twin sister, whose presence begins to be felt in the real world.
The Cut A famous director and his pianist wife are held hostage by a disgruntled extra in a rigged film set where the director must strangle a little girl or watch as his wife loses her fingers.
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