When Eun-soo gets lost in a country road, he meets a mysterious girl and is led to her fairytale-like house in the middle of the forest. There, Eun-soo is trapped with the girl and her siblings who never age. Eun-soo finally discovers a way out which is written on a fairy tale book. But the book tells a story of none other than himself! —IMDb
Born in 1972, YIM started making a few short films from 1997. Among them, “Baby “was invited to Venice Film Festival and Karlovy Vary Int’l Film Festival in 1999. He debuted with his feature < Antarctic Journal > where he explores the mystery of deaths in the severe climate. —asiacue.com
Just scrapes 4 stars, I really really liked it. The performances were great, it was very creepy most of the time and the special effects were spectacular. The film has such an imagination. It is genuinely crazy. But this is, at times, it's downfall. It aims for too much and goes on too many tangents that it struggles to be as coherent as it could be. Still, do not pass up this highly original, fantastic film
love the atmosphere Hansel & Gretel brought, unique dark fairy tale, good to watch even i don't like the ending much..