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'The Boy from Ipanema', a fantasy of a couple who is starting a second love

2010/09/26 | Permalink | Source

'The Boy from Ipanema' by Kih-moon Kim which won Audience-Critic Award and Movie Collage Award from this year's 11th Jeonju International Film Festival will be released.

'The Boy from Ipanema' is about the story of a second love between a boy and a girl who both have bitter memory in their first love.

Top model Lee Soo-hyuk played a boy parted from his first love and is tormented from the erasing memory of his first love. Kim Min-ji, who became famous after the TV advertisement with Jun Ji-hyun, played a girl who just started her second love in unfamiliar travel spot.

To fully express the boy's inside and his thrilling second love, this movie takes place in both Busan and Sapporo, present and past, dream and reality and used real both picture and animation. This created fantasy-like sensation and forewarned the creation of new mellow teen romance genre.

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