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Ahn Sung-ki and Kim Gyu-ri to star in Im Kwon-taek's 102nd

2013/12/09 | 520 views | Permalink | Source

Ahn Sung-ki, Kim Gyu-ri and Kim Ho-jung are starring in Im Kwon-taek's 102nd movie called, "Revivre".

"Revivre" is about a middle aged man who is caught between his dying wife and a young woman.

With the elements of physical production and extinction, life and death, Im Kwon-taek is expected to create this movie in a method of introspection which is his specialty.

Ahn Sung-ki is reuniting with Im Kwon-taek for the first time in 11 years and takes on the role of Oh Sang-moo, a member of the executive board in a cosmetics company.

He says, "I'm so happy to be in his 102nd movie. I am excited for it".

Choo Eun-joo is played by Kim Gyu-ri, a young and beautiful woman who has the heart of Oh Sang-moo. She met Im Kwon-taek in 2004 through the movie "Low Life". He saw her performance at the opening ceremony of the Busan International Film Festival and said her lovely and physical passion suited Choo Eun-joo".

Kim Ho-jung is Oh Sang-moo's dying wife. She shaved her head and lost a lot of weight to express the suffering of a tumor patient.

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