'A Muse' to Open Senior Film Festival

      October 11, 2012 10:44

      "A Muse" has been selected as the opening movie for the fifth Seoul International Senior Film Festival.

      The organizers described it as a movie that helps viewers of all ages gain a deeper understanding of old age. They expect it to touch the hearts of audiences from different generations.

      The film, dubbed the Korean version of "Lolita," tells the story of a 70-year old poet who goes through emotional trouble after falling for a 17-year-old girl.

      Leading actor Park Hae-il also served as a promotional ambassador for this year's festival, which will be held at Daehan Cinema in Chungmuro, Seoul from Oct. 22 to 25.

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