Indie Film Draws 20,000 Viewers in 2 Weeks


    November 28, 2014 11:02

    A Korean indie film is capturing the hearts of movie critics and fans alike, attracting 20,000 viewers as of Thursday, some two weeks after its release.

    "Set Me Free" is a coming-of-age film directed by Kim Tae-yong and starring Choi Woo-sik. It is expected to be a very successful indie film as it continues to gain attention thanks to rave reviews and word of mouth.

    Choi has established himself as a promising actor both in films and on television, with fans anticipating his next move.

    Kim's work is equally impressive. He was the youngest director to have a film screened at the Cannes International Film Festival when his short film "Frozen Land" was selected for the Cinefondation in 2010.

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