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[North America] Well Go USA Presents "Memories of the Sword"

2015/08/12 | 685 views | Permalink | Source

Well Go USA Presents "Memories of the Sword" in theaters August 28th!

Cities : New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago, Hawaii, Dallas, Washington D.C., Atlanta, New Jersey, Detroit, Houston, San Diego, Las Vegas, Toronto, Vancouver, Portland, Boston, Philadelphia, Houston with more cities TBA

Synopsis

As the greed and excess of a corrupt Monarchy threatens to destroy the once-glorious Goryeo Dynasty, three legendary warriors lead a revolt to overthrow the empire and save its people. But when deceit and betrayal costs the life of a master swordsman, a plot for justice and revenge is set into motion, raging for decades between the two survivors.

From the director of "Kids From Heaven" and starring Lee Byung-hun ("The Good, the Bad, the Weird", TERMINATOR GENISYS), "Memories of the Sword" is a lavish epic that blends tragic historical drama with thrilling swordplay and martial arts.

Director: Park Heung-sik
Cast: Lee Byung-hun, Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Go-eun
Genre:
Action & Adventure, Foreign
Sub Genre: Martial Arts
Run Time: 121 Min
Theatrical Date: Aug 28, 2015
Original Language: Korean
Subtitle: English

Official US website : www.MemoriesOfTheSword.com

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