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"Crossing" sold to Japan and invited by Vancouver

2008/07/17 Source

Kim Tae-gyoon's "Crossing" has been bought for a Japanese release by Cinekwanon, according to "Crossing"'s production company Camp B. In addition, the 27th Vancouver International Film Festival invited the film dealing with North Korea to its Dragon & Tigers: the cinemas of East Asia section.

"Crossing" stars Cha In-pyo as a husband and father in North Korea who crosses the Chinese border to find medicines for his ill wife. His son also enters China in search of his father who has not returned. The film carries an overtly Christian message which pleased some and displeased others. "Crossing" was released in June this year.

Vancouver International Film Festival will take place from September 25 until October 10. "Crossing" is the successor of films like "Secret Sunshine" (Miryang), "The Host" (Gwemool), "Memories of Murder" (Sarinui Choo-eok), and "Duelist" (Hyeongsa) in Vancouver's Dragon & Tigers section.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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