I absolutely loved this film, as other reviewers have said it is not your typical Asian horror, but the way in which it is presented as though it were "real life" makes it horror some enough, and because it is "believable", what's to say that the events in this film could not actually happen? I'm not suggesting that they are, i am simply saying that they "could" happen, unlike a scary monster horror, that's what gets you thinking.
there is one what you might call "Gorey" scene, depending on your personal views, which will hold your attention to the screen as it is very realistic and absolutely shocking for why it is there and what is going to come from it.
i can't really say much more without spoiling it as that is one of the main scenes in the movie that demonstrates just how far this women will go to preserve her looks.
along side this we get to see why she so desperately wants to be young again as we are given glimpses of her personal life also which depict her unhappy relationship with her cheating husband, who keeps it no secret what he is doing.
However, it is not long before he realizes that his wife is up to something and begins to investigate for himself...
overall i would highly recommend this film to any fan of Asian cinema, it is slow and moody, shocking and fun to watch! I would only warn people who have a problem with abortion to perhaps stay clear, other than that this is an original, well paced and well-written psychological thriller well worth the ride!