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Song Hye-kyo's Hollywood debut pic to open Nov 25

2010/11/16 | 3503 views | Permalink | Source

Movie poster for pyschological thriller "Fetish" [Sponge]

Korean actress Song Hye-kyo's Hollywood debut film "Fetish" will open in local theaters on November 25, according to the film promoter's Sponge on Tuesday.

"Fetish", debut feature helmed by Sohn Soopum, is a psychological thriller about Sookhy (played by Song) who has supernatural powers to possess her neighbor's body in order to steal her husband.

The movie, featuring cast members Korean-American actor Rob Yang, Athena Currey and Arno Frisch, made its world premiere under the gala presentation category of the 13th Pusan International Film Festival in 2008 as well as being invited to German's Edinburgh International Film Festival and San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.

Son, 28, shot to fame throughout Asia after starring in KBS' hit TV series "Autumn in my Heart" (2000), "All In" (SBS, 2003) and "Full House" (KBS, 2004) alongside Asian pop star Rain.

She also appeared in drama "Worlds Within" (KBS, 2008) and made headlines for dating her co-star Hyun Bin. She has also done work on the big screen including "Hwang Jin Yi" and the Asian omnibus pic "Camellia" (2010).

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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