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Kim Ki-duk's "The Bow" invited to Turkey film festival

2005/09/26 | Permalink | Source

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The movie "The Bow", directed by Kim Ki-duk, was invited to the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, which kicked off Sept. 24 and will last through Oct. 1 in Turkey.

Founded in 1964 and now in its 42nd year, the festival is poised to become a truly international event by capitalizing on Turkey's unique geographical location on the border between Europe and Asia.

Kim and the movie's lead actress Han Yeo-reum will participate in the festival and meet with local viewers.

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