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Rie Young-zin, "I was asked to strip naked on the first day of work"

2017/08/10 | 2966 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Rie Young-zin confessed that she was asked to strip naked.

"Hot Cider" dealt with the recent controversy surrounding director Kim Ki-duk. Rie Young-zin shared her experience.

Kim Ki-duk was sued by actress A for abusing her and demanding that she filmed a scene of intercourse.

Rie Young-zin said, "There was only one line about a bed scene in the entire scenario. When we met with the production officials, they said as an actress, it was alright to be worried and that they would cut off any exposure. However, when I arrived on set, the first scene was a bed scene with an actor".

"I still decided to go with it as it's my job, but the director called me in private and said he had teenage sons and daughters and he didn't want to be an embarrassing father. What he was really asking for was me to get naked".

"Detailed contracts didn't exist then. Otherwise, matters like that wouldn't have worked just by 'talking to someone on the roof'".

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