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Hyun Bin’s film Late Autumn heads to Toronto

Late Autumn is the Korean classic whose upcoming remake stars Hyun Bin and Tang Wei, which wrapped filming in Seattle earlier this year. Now it’s been officially invited to the 35th Toronto International Film Festival, which opens next month.

The story depicts a short but intense love affair between a woman, a prisoner on leave, and a man who is running from something. This will be the first official outing for the film — which isn’t even completed yet. According to Boram Entertainment, the producers of the film, work is still in the post-production stage.

Late Autumn falls into the Contemporary World Cinema category at the film festival. Previous Korean films that have been invited to Toronto include Kim Ki-duk’s Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring, Lee Jun-ik’s The King and the Clown, Lee Chang-dong’s Secret Sunshine, and Im Sang-soo’s A Good Lawyer’s Wife.

Late Autumn is directed by Kim Tae-yong of 2006’s Family Ties. It doesn’t yet have a release date, although the production company is aiming for the end of the year.

Via Joy News

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can’t wait.......both are my favorites...

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I can't wait for this movie to come out ^_^

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I love Tang Wei. She epitomizes the classy elegant Asian woman and HB is not too shabby either.

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Toronto is one of my favorite film festivals. They always make some really great choices of films to screen. If it takes off at Toronto, here is to a chance of getting it screened in local art theaters all over America!!!

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when I see a korean movie in such important and classy festivals, I get really happy and proud as if I were a korean...

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what you said! and when it's filmed in seattle, where i live, the pride is 10x!

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I should go to these film fes in toronto

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Now this is officially in my list of the films to catch in this year's festival~~ TIFF invites so many great productions from Korea, some of them even world premieres. that's a surely some privileges the Torontonians have ^^

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I'M SO UPSET I DIDN'T GET TO SEE THEM IN SEATTLE.
Although the filming was on Whidbey Island which is where I was going to school. Or somewhat closeby.

fjieoajflajfe
HYUNBIN.

I can't wait to see the film.

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OMG that bus! Seattle, represent! haha

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omg... that bus!! I take that bus to go home all the time...

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They were filming in Queen Anne LOL
I remember.
Although I didn't really know who they were at the time, I was glad that filming was being done in Seattle as opposed to Vancouver B.C. hahah
Now I wish that I said hi or something, pay more attention.
>.<
oh well.
I'll be watching this though :D

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Omg yes! I live in toronto!!!

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Thanks but i can not see the pictures of your website...:(

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What a way to start the week....Mr Dimple himself...Binnie :)

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wow, i live in Seattle and i was so SAD when i found out that he came to Seattle and i didn't see him=(=(

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Somebody can tell me where i can watch late autumn online? Or download it?

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