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Saturday, June 12, 2004

Paparazzi in Venice, 2002

Lee Chang-dong's Oasis was shown in the Venice Film Festival in 2002, and the paparazzi was there to take the exclusive pictures. On the right director Lee Chang-dong (이창동), the current minister of culture rumored to be replaced soon; next to her Mun So-ri (문소리), the starring actress. The guy on the left in shades is Myeong Gye-Nam (명계남), a long-time movie industry figure, who is nowadays perhaps best known as a relentless supporter of Roh Moo-hyun and opposer of Chosun Ilbo.

(c) AL 2002

Our entourage was thinking of gatecrashing the after-party of the Oasis showing, but too bad we weren't successful in getting to rub shoulders with the future minister.

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<Blogger Max Christian> said on 17.6.04 : 

Sadly the actors weren't at the opening of the film at the London Film Festival, but 명계남 was there. I wanted to go over and say something, but (I don't mind admitting) I was crying too much! What a great film.

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