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Upcoming Korean movie "The Lovely Child"

2011/11/02 | 716 views |  | Permalink | Source

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"The Lovely Child" (2011)

Directed by Park Chul-soon

With Yoo Hae-jeong, Kim Song-il, Joo Boo-jin, Kwon Oh-jin,...

9-year-old Da-seul, her uncle who waits tables at a nightclub, and her grandmother who works at a squid drying factory, live together in a small village overlooking the ocean. Although her grandmother and uncle think that she is merely a mentally challenged child, Da-seul has actually inherited a special talent for art along with her autism.

Release date in Korea : 201111/24

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