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Movie 'A Thousand of Plateaus': foreign capital attraction of $1 million from Japan.

2004/11/08 | 81 views | Permalink | Source

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Director Jang Sun-woo's new movie 'A Thousand of Plateaus' has attracted foreign capital of $1 million from Japan counterpart though the movie is not still released.

$1 million foreign capital attraction from Japan
From local newspapers, Cineclick Asia in charge of oversea marketing regarding 'A Thousand of Plateaus', has concluded a financing contract with Japan's Happinet Pictures.

Happinet Pictures that has invested partially in '3-Iron' of director Kim Ki-duck too, has decided to invest $1 million for the sake of 'A Thousand of Plateaus' production.

A family film related to 'Morin Tologaihole'
Movie 'A Thousand of Plateaus' plans to start its shooting from May, 2005.

'A Thousand of Plateaus', a family film related to 'Morin Tologaihole', Mongolia's traditional musical instrument, is preparing a leading actor casting currently in Mongolia.

The Source : Choi Sung-ho

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