History Film / DeadFriend

31st Oct '14 12:29:52 PM jamespolk
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: [[spoiler: Su-in, completely by accident, got what she wished for - She ''becomes'' Ji-won.]] Unfortunately for her, there were some [[GhostlyGoals nasty concequences.]]

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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: [[spoiler: Su-in, completely by accident, got what she wished for - She ''becomes'' Ji-won.]] Ji-won. Unfortunately for her, there were some [[GhostlyGoals nasty concequences.]]



* CigaretteOfAnxiety: Ji-won's high school friend Yu-sung needs to light one up while telling Ji-won about the "bizarre" things she's been seeing.



* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Su-in]]
* NightmareSequence

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* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Su-in]]
Su-in, pushed into a river by her bitchy fake friends.
* NightmareSequenceNightmareSequence: Ji-won has more than one.



* StringyHairedGhostGirl

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* StringyHairedGhostGirlStringyHairedGhostGirl: Played completely straight, with the scary damp ghost girl, until the TwistEnding that puts a spin on the ghost's identity.
31st Oct '14 11:36:21 AM jamespolk
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* AlphaBitch: Ji-won was this in high school, picking on her former friend Su-in.
31st Oct '14 11:35:40 AM jamespolk
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: The scene where a meek Su-in says "I want to be you", talking about how much she worships her more popular friend Ji-won.


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* GirlPosse: The flashbacks reveal that Ji-won, who is kind and sweet now, used to be the AlphaBitch head of a Mean Girl posse that picked on Su-in. Why is she nicer now? Because she isn't really Ji-won.
31st Oct '14 11:33:18 AM jamespolk
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* GrandTheftMe

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* GrandTheftMeGrandTheftMe: Su-in's spirit has taken over Ji-won's body, although she doesn't realize that. Ji-won's spirit for her part has possessed her own mother.


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* TomatoInTheMirror: The ending reveals that the spirit of Su-in is inhabiting Ji-won's body, and that the ghost is actually the spirit of Ji-won.
26th Jul '14 12:39:51 PM jamespolk
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* [[spoiler: GrandTheftMe]]

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* [[spoiler: GrandTheftMe]]GrandTheftMe



* TheReveal: The ending.



* TheReveal: The ending.
8th Jun '14 7:15:00 AM Komodin
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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Every character in the film. Possibly intentional? The four main girls were particularly creepy whenever they stood in a row and just ''stared'' someone down. This troper thought they were creepier than the ghost!

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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Every character in the film. Possibly intentional? The four main girls were particularly creepy whenever they stood in a row and just ''stared'' someone down. This troper thought they were creepier than the ghost!
28th Aug '13 2:52:06 PM TiggersAreGreat
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* CreepyChild: EVERY SINGLE KID IN THIS MOVIE!

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* CreepyChild: CompletelyDifferentTitle: The original title of the film is ''령'' (Ryeong), which literally translates to ''The Ghost''. However, the English version changes the title to ''Dead Friend'', which does have a connection to what happens in the film.
* CreepyChild:
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EVERY SINGLE KID IN THIS MOVIE!
28th Aug '13 2:41:14 PM TiggersAreGreat
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''Dead Friend'' (Ryeong), also known as ''The Ghost'', is a 2004 South Korean horror film. It was written and directed by Kim Tae-gyeong and was his debut feature. It stars Kim Ha-neul as Min Ji-won, Nam Sang-mi as Su-in, Bin (Jeon Hye-bin) as Eun-seo, and Shin Yi as Shin Mi-kyung. Both Kim Ha-neul and Nam Sang-mi previously starred together in ''Too Beautiful to Lie''.

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''Dead Friend'' (Ryeong), Friend'', also known by its original title as ''The Ghost'', Ghost'' (which is the literal translation of ''령'' or "Ryeong"), is a 2004 South Korean horror film. It was written and directed by Kim Tae-gyeong and was his debut feature. It stars Kim Ha-neul as Min Ji-won, Nam Sang-mi as Su-in, Bin (Jeon Hye-bin) as Eun-seo, and Shin Yi as Shin Mi-kyung. Both Kim Ha-neul and Nam Sang-mi previously starred together in ''Too Beautiful to Lie''.
16th Aug '13 8:44:43 PM MacronNotes
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* FootFocus: Particular emphasis was put on the ghost's feet and the tracks of dirty water it left wherever it walked.
21st May '12 1:04:26 PM TastySauce
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''Dead Friend'' (Ryeong), also known as ''The Ghost'', is a 2004 South Korean horror film. It was written and directed by Kim Tae-gyeong and was his debut feature. It stars Kim Ha-neul as Min Ji-won, Nam Sang-mi as Su-in, Bin (Jeon Hye-bin) as Eun-seo, and Shin Yi as Shin Mi-kyung. Ryeong directly translates into "The Ghost". Both Kim Ha-neul and Nam Sang-mi previously starred together in Too Beautiful to Lie.

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''Dead Friend'' (Ryeong), also known as ''The Ghost'', is a 2004 South Korean horror film. It was written and directed by Kim Tae-gyeong and was his debut feature. It stars Kim Ha-neul as Min Ji-won, Nam Sang-mi as Su-in, Bin (Jeon Hye-bin) as Eun-seo, and Shin Yi as Shin Mi-kyung. Ryeong directly translates into "The Ghost". Both Kim Ha-neul and Nam Sang-mi previously starred together in Too ''Too Beautiful to Lie.
Lie''.
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