Movies ‘Roaring Currents’, ‘Sea Fog’, and ‘The Divine Move’ are to be screened at the 9th Korean Film Festival in Paris.
The 9th Korean Film Festival in Paris has revealed three major films for the time being. ‘Sea Fog’ will be the opening film, ‘The Divine Move’ will be the closing film, and ‘Roaring Currents’ will be for the special screening; shown next month at Publicis Cinemas located in Champs-Élysées for 8 days, from October 28th to November 4th.
Contending with ‘Roaring Currents’ this summer, another sea-based masterpiece ‘Sea Fog’ was selected as the opening film. As the thriller that is produced by Director Bong Joon-ho and directed by Director Shim Sung-bo, who wrote the script to ‘Memories of Murder’(2003) –which they worked together on 10 years ago–, for the first time; ‘Sea Fog’ is about six crew members of ‘Jeonjinho’ who become the focus on the ship; and the story that unfolds while they help Korean-Chinese stowaways in order to protect the vessel with their lives. It attracted attention as JYJ member Park Yoochun’s first debut film, and with Moon Sung-geun, Kim Yoon-seok and other actors’ solid acting abilities.
Note: Only parts related to Park Yoochun and Sea Fog were translated.