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Low Life to be sold internationally by Wild Bunch

2004/08/20 | 371 views | Permalink | Source

Veteran director Im Kwon-taek's 99th feature "Low Life" will be sold internationally by major international sales company Wild Bunch, based in France.

Wild Bunch reached an agreement with the film's investor and distributor Cinema Service to handle the film in all territories outside of Asia except for France, Switzerland and the Benelux countries. French company Pathe has already secured distribution rights to the latter territories, while Cinema Service will handle sales of the film within Asia.

"Low Life", which was released in Korea in mid-May, is scheduled to receive its international premiere in competition at the 2004 Venice International Film Festival. This is director IM's first trip to Venice since "The Surrogate Woman" took home a Best Actress award in 1987.

The title has been changed 'Raging Years' to "Low Life"

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