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Gabi Dincă almost 4 years ago
Loved all 3 stories, but Dumplings was the one that shocked me the most.
Briar Dean Statham over 4 years ago
Really enjoyed this one.
Steven Bruce almost 7 years ago
Ryan Brock almost 8 years ago
Three... Extremes (Chinese: 三更2 Saam gaang yi) is a 2004 international East Asian horror film collaboration consisting of three segments by three directors from three countries. It is a sequel to, and follows the concept of Three (2002), this time with more established directors. The three segments are, in the following order: Fruit Chan later released Dumplings, a ninety-minute version of his segment. Dumplings was extended and turned into a full length theatrical film that was released into British cinemas by Tartan Films in the spring of 2006. The film was released on November seventeenth, 2005 in nineteen North American theatres. Despite positive reviews by critics such as Roger Ebert, it grossed $36,414 ($1,916 per screen) in its opening week-end, and its final gross stands at a modest $77,532.
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