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Movie 'A Bittersweet life' enters into its copy-right contract with 10 nations in Europe

2005/02/15 | 190 views |  | Permalink | Source

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As movie 'A Bittersweet Life' starring Lee Byung-hun entered into its copy-right contract with 10 nations in the European Film Market of the 55th Berlin International Film Market, Lee Byung-hun is hitting the daily permissible ceiling in Europe.

CJ Entertainment responsible for the movie's oversea copy-right affairs, said movie 'Sweet Life' made a contract with 10 countries in Europe currently.

In addition to movie director Kim Jee-woon who is well known with movie 'A Tale of Two Sisters' and Lee Byung-hun's premium, movie 'A Bittersweet Life's is garnering great expectation on the spot in Europe.

Movie 'A Bittersweet Life', which has posted the highest export price of $3.2 million among Korean films sold in Japan, entered into a copyright contract with Europe's movie power such as France and Spain including a contract with Britain 'Metro Tartan' with a scale of $200,000.

The Source : Choi Sung-ho

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