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`Scandal' Wins 3 Awards at Shanghai Fest.

2004/06/14 | Permalink | Source

A local film about a game of seduction played during the Choson period received three awards at the Seventh Shanghai International Film Festival on Sunday.
"Untold Scandal" garnered the best director prize for Lee Jae-yong at the event. The film, which stars Bae Yong-joon and Jeon Do-youn, was also given prizes for Best Music and Best Visual and Sound Effects.

It was the first time a local film won the best director prize at the festival since Im Kwon-taek's "Seopyeonje" did so in 1993, according to Yonhap News Agency.

The Iranian film "Tradition of Lover Killing" was given the best picture award at this year's event

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