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Im Kwon-taek's 102nd movie "Revivre" teaser

2014/12/31 | 306 views | Permalink | Source

 

 A teaser for "Revivre" was released.

Director Im Kwon-taek's 102nd movie "Revivre" stars Ahn Sung-ki, Kim Ho-jung and Kim Gyu-ri.

The teaser begins with the back view of Ahn Sung-ki roaming around the streets. His expression is sad but his emotion is unreadable as he seems to be in conflict.

Kim Ho-jung acted out the dying wife. Kim Gyu-ri turned into a mesmerizing character who steals the heart of a man.

Previously, "Revivre" was featured in the 71st Venice International Movie Festival, the 39th Toronto International Film Festival, the 33rd Vancouver Festival and the 19th Busan International Film Festival.

Meanwhile, "Revivre" is based on an original novel by Kim Hoon about Oh Sang-moo (Ahn Sung-ki) who is torn between his dying wife (Kim Ho-jung) and a young woman (Kim Gyu-ri). To be released next year.

Source : news.donga.com/3/all/...

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