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Two Korean Films Bound for Cannes

Two short films, one is about an unemployed person selling lotto tickets in downtown Seoul and the other is about a mom holding her dead son
, will be shown at the Canne movie festival May 12-23.
Director Kim Sung Sook and Kim Dae Hyon will present 'At a time' and 'Forever'.
Sixteen-minutes long 'At a time' is a story of an incompetent person who sells lotto and porn tapes.
Kim Sung Sook is 36 years old and graduated Yonsei University and majored in astronomy.
Kim Dae Hyon(30) from Sungkyunkwan University is a philosophy major and started as a TV drama writer.
These young directors are expected to herald the emergence of Korea as a world film maker.
Hwashik Bong : trojans@joongang.co.kr

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