The Tag-Along 《红衣小女孩》 Movie Review


Based on true event happening in year 1998 and 2014 in Taiwan where the mysterious little girl in red has been one of the most talked about among the Taiwanese people for more than 20 years. Director’s Wei-Hao has put up the true event onto the big screen, conceptualizing the idea of love, nightmare, illusion, reality and fear to sum up the story of the little red girl.

When you disappear for no reason, this makes you curious to find out the truth. The Tag-Along contains its origin story line and gives audiences a narrow escape climax but it is a straightforward and predictable horror- thriller film. However, the twists of the film plot happening on the little girl in red that will surprise you in a stun second. I rate The Tag-Along movie: 2.5/5 star. The Tag-Along movie is now officially release in Singapore at Golden Village Cinema Theatres.

The Tag-Along 《红衣小女孩》 Movie Synopsis:
Wei’s grandma suddenly disappears for no reason, but strangely the routines still move on as if she never vanished– the laundry is still done, their house is well-arranged as usual, and even breakfast remains prepared for Wei every morning. Distraught with worry, Wei is totally clueless until he finds an uncanny video in his grandma’s camera, showing that there was a little girl in red tagging along her. Oddly enough, after Wei’s grandma finally returns, it turns out that Wei is missing instead. Struggling to unravel the enigma, Wei’s girlfriend Yi-Chun gradually discovers that the mysteries behind Wei and his grandma’s sudden disappearance may be connected to the urban legend of “The Little Girl in Red”, but what’s even worse is yet to come……