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"The Thieves" Kim Hye-soo "I suffered panic during the water shoot"

2012/07/10 | 929 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Hye-soo spoke about when she suffered panic disorder during an underwater shoot.

At the press release of the movie "The Thieves" on the 10th in Seoul, Kim Hye-soo said, "I have an underwater experience and it was really tough".

"I heard this from other people once it was over but I think it was panic disorder. The movie shows not an act but the real thing of me trying to survive".

She continued, "I always learn and experience new things with a new movie but the subject is different".

"The Thieves" is a crime action movie about a group a thieves attempting to steal a rare diamond called the 'Tears of the Sun' from a casino in Macao.

The cast includes Kim Yun-seok. Kim Hye-soo, Lee Jung-jae, Kim Hae-sook, Oh Dal-soo, Kim Soo-hyun, Simon Yam, Angelica Lee and other Korean and Chinese actors and actresses. To be released on the 25th.

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