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"Mourning Grave" is blazing hot in Asia

2014/06/08 Source

Thriller movie "Mourning Grave" has been pre-sold to 5 Asian countries.

"Mourning Grave" became a hit at the 67th Cannes International Film Festival.

There was high anticipation for Kang Ha-neul who played the role of In-soo, a boy who can see ghosts and Kim So-eun who played the ghost girl. The element of the movie is sentimentalism meets thriller.

The friendship between a boy and a ghost girl in a school appealed to movie buyers.

"Mourning Grave" has been sold to Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Singapore and Mongolia. Moreover, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines and eastern Europe are also showing signs of interest.

"Mourning Grave" is an emotional thriller about a boy and a ghost girl who solve the case of the 'bloody mask' and serial disappearances of their classmates. Starring Kang Ha-neul, Kim So-eun, Han Tae-rin, Park Doo-shik and more, it's also director Oh In-chun's debut feature film. To be released on the 3rd of July.

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