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2014/12/15 | | Permalink
Lovely Indie Makes History…
The biblical epic "Exodus: Gods and Kings" failed to return to the top celebrating a narrow victory over the cosmically curious "Interstellar" last weekend. Week two for Ridley's personal odyssey (the film is dedicated to the late Tony Scott) was not as promising as its entry; it slumped to third having captured only 18% (346K) of the box office pie. Above came Nolan's "Interstellar" (396K – 20%), still short 300K of the 10M admissions mark, and, more historically, came this week's number one: "My Love, Don't Cross That River"...More
A domestically made documentary film achieved a milestone over the weekend.
Director Jin Mo-young's "My Love, Don't Cross That River" pulled in 637,316 viewers and landed in No. 1 place amid a string of Hollywood blockbusters and big-budget flicks...More
An indie documentary about a devoted elderly couple is rewriting the history of Korean cinema.
"My Love, Don't Cross That River" topped the box office on Friday last week, and maintained its lead on Saturday by drawing 247,658 viewers in one day. It has now been watched by 776,424 people and is on course to hit 1 million 18 days after its release on Nov. 27...More
A local documentary film featuring an elderly couple who have been together for 76 years topped the domestic box office on Thursday, pushing aside Hollywood blockbusters such as "Exodus: Gods and Kings" and "Interstellar".
According to the Korean Film Council, "My Love, Don't Cross That River", featuring 89-year-old woman Kang Gye-yeol and her husband, 98-year-old Cho Byeong-man, attracted 65,609 moviegoers on Thursday alone...More
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