YMMV: A Tale of Two Sisters

  • Adaptation Displacement - Some people had no idea of the folk tale until they saw this movie.
  • Applicability
  • Epileptic Trees: Wow. Where to begin?
  • Moral Event Horizon - A flashback at the very end of the film reveals that Eun-ju witnessed Su-yeon being crushed by the cupboard, but did nothing to help her.
    • This is even worse considering Eun-ju was going back to help Su-yeon, but decided not to just to spite Su-mi. Yikes.
    • For some, Su-mi crosses this when it is revealed that she snapped Eun-ju's bird's neck. Granted, she is delusional, and she is most likely doing it out of her hatred for Eun-ju, but, still.
    • Also, the sequence in which Eun-ju locks Su-yeon inside the cupboard that terrifies the latter so much and refuses to let her out, despite her heartbreaking screams. Of course, this and any other instance of this trope is somewhat subverted once you realise that this was all in Su-mi's head.
  • Nausea Fuel: The scene in which the wife of the girls' uncle vomits whilst having a fit (and possibly being possessed), before getting it in her hair and on her face during her spasms.
    • The fish carcass in the fridge.
  • Rewatch Bonus: Several scenes. The film usually requires a second or a third viewing to understand just what is going on, and, after the numerous revelations, almost every scene takes on a hugely different light.
  • The Woobie: Everyone - well, almost. Expect a debate about whether or not Eun-ju is a woobie.