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  • Summary: A psychological thriller, a spiritual love story and a modern-day haunting tale of two neighbors who live in a New York City, East Village apartment. (One Third Productions, Inc.)
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  2. Negative: 3 out of 4
  1. Reviewed by: Matt Singer
    50
    A borderline experimental, nearly silent film loosely based on Dante's "Inferno."
  2. Nearly devoid of both dialogue and narrative cohesion, Yongman Kim's first feature - Part 1 of a planned trilogy inspired by Dante's "Inferno" - suggests that the founder of the popular downtown Kim's Video store should not give up his day job.
  3. 30
    When it finally seems likely to happen, the film crashes to a sudden and unsatisfying conclusion. But this is the first part of a projected trilogy and, assuming these characters’ lives -- or deaths -- will be further explored, it’s really just the beginning.
  4. 0
    Vanity productions don't come much worse than One Third, an amateurish, dialogue-free curiosity courtesy of Yongman Kim, the founder of the Greenwich Village institution Kim's Video.
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  1. RobertW.
    Oct 8, 2006
    7
    This is a true indie film - beautifully shot and very unfairly reviewed by the NY POST, that is for sure. I saw it downtown and was blown This is a true indie film - beautifully shot and very unfairly reviewed by the NY POST, that is for sure. I saw it downtown and was blown away. It is slow moving at times, yes and graphic at times too - but it is a celluloid painting - a piece of cinematic art that rarely gets made. The movie deserves the attention of serious film goers. It should do well over seas. Expand