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LEE Myeong-se Finalizes "M" for Korean Premiere at Pusan

2007/09/13 | 224 views | Permalink | Source

Visually gifted director Lee Myung-se will present his final cut of "M" at the 12th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF). M premiered this month at the Toronto International Film Festival.

With his latest film M, LEE displays his mastery in a visually and structurally impressive film to explore a complicated story about loss, reality, imagination and love. Gang Dong-won plays the lead role of a successful writer, but he is troubled beneath the surface.

LEE previously directed Kangin his film "Duelist". LEE is also well-known for Nowhere To Hide. KANG starred in last year's hit "Maundy Thursday" ("Our Happy Time"). "M" will be part of Gala Presentation, a new section at this year's PIFF which highlights major directors.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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