Three Extremes ( 2004 )
Saam Gaang Yi, Thriller, Terror från 2004.
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.
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