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The movie did remind me a lot of A tale of two sisters, the atmospheres were very much alike.
The story starts out interestingly enough, a couple adopts a boy because the woman can't get pregnant, only to become pregnant shortly after the adoption.
Ki-hyeong Park's Acacia is a movie that tries to do many things but unfortunately does none of them as well as it should.
Very good movie, i hoped to know more about the childs origin and the reason of his extrange behavior but it was a good moviePublished 5 months ago by Ana gabriela
I found the packaging well done.Affordable price and fast posting.I enjoyed this film and recommend it to other viewers.
I didn't really enjoy this movie; it's not a real horror, but a good mystery of sorts. The acting is good. I loved the grandpa. Read morePublished 18 months ago by CoC Believer
one special item, is recommended for any collector should not miss in any collection, really worth to buy it, I give it 5 starsPublished 19 months ago by Carlos
Then this is for you. They put into a category of horror bur it's really more of a melodrama with some supernatural elements. Read morePublished on December 24, 2010 by GreatMovieCriticForever
ACACIA is a solid chiller about an adopted boy, his new family, and the dead acacia tree in their backyard. All seems well until mum gets pregnant, and bad things start happening. Read morePublished on April 18, 2010 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
Acacia (Ki-hyung Park, 2003)
Oh how I wanted to love Acacia, the third film from Whispering Corridors director Ki-hyung Park. Read more
Ki-hyeong Park's Acacia is a movie that tries to do many things but unfortunately does none of them as well as it should. As a family melodrama it is adequate. Read morePublished on June 8, 2008 by Bryan A. Pfleeger
This is a very good movie. A Must watch for Asian movie fans in general!Published on April 10, 2008 by A. K. Thompson