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[ChanMi's movie news] "Searching for the Elephant" with the deceased Jang Ja-yeon

2009/09/24 | Permalink | Source

The film, "Searching for the Elephant" is being released with scenes of Jang Ja-yeon acting to commit suicide!

Jang Ja-yeon has committed suicide last March and to have her acting the suicide scenes released in film is being a hot topic.
The staff say that her part in this film is a big part and to have her in the film itself is important since this will be her last piece of work.

The previews released on the 23rd show that the main characters are Jang Hyuk as the freelancer photographer, Jo Dong-hyuk as the plastic surgeon, Lee Sang-woo as the finance specialist, and more.

These three characters are friends. Jang Ja-yeon's character is an aspiring actress who gets in a relationship with Min-seok and commits suicide in the film.

"Searching for the Elephant" will be released in November.

 

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