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During preparing for her birthday, India, a young teenager beautiful girl named India, whose father died in a terrible accident, the thing that affects badly on her and makes her struggle against coping with the situation. But, when a young strange man named Charlie comes to live with her, as he claims to be her uncle, everything changes.
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June 21, 2016

There is a freedom to his filmmaking; he's trying things, odd moods and unexpected edits and unconventional compositions. He likes to keep things popping, and you can't help but respond to the wit and playfulness of his style.
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The Atlantic
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March 15, 2013

Stoker is a cunning exercise in transgression. But one can't help but wonder what kind of film Park might have made if he'd had the full creative control to which he's accustomed in Korea.
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Detroit News
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March 15, 2013

None of it is life-changing, but it is effectively eerie. Stylishly spooky, even.
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Washington Free Beacon
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July 14, 2016

Park's latest feature and first English-language release is a stylish, brutal, oft-uncomfortable tale of mystery and revenge.
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The New Republic
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June 12, 2013

Stoker trembles between the portentous and the ridiculous, and I think you know which one is going to win. The audience does make its decision: They've been had yet again.
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Newcity
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June 14, 2015

The shame is that while the film is as glossy as late DePalma, essential Hitchcockiness is swapped out for random ickiness, a sorrow in light of Park's own history of crafting sleek, liquescent, swamping fever dreams.
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Washington Post
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March 15, 2013

"Stoker" plays out like a Kabuki "Macbeth": gallons of style slathered on a story you already know by heart.
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Windy City Times
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June 27, 2014

Enthralling and tremendously entertaining.
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Miami Herald
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March 22, 2013

Stoker is a movie about tension and inaction, about people trying to figure out what's going on in someone else's head.
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Movie Talk
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October 16, 2016

Park Chan-wook [has]toned down the violence and perversity of his Korean output. But not by much. When a character... commends a garden's soil for its spade-yielding softness, you get the feeling he's not planning to plant begonias.
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