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Green Chair (녹색 의자 - Noksaek uija) is a South Korean movie directed by Park Chul-soo, that was released in 2005. It is about an affair between an attractive thirty-two-year-old woman and a youth just short of legal majority. Interlaced with explicit scenes of love making, the movie watches the two lovers trying to come to grips with their mutual attraction, sexuality and societal disapproval. This Mirovision film is in color on 35 mm film and runs 98 minutes. The production budget was US$2,000,000. It was a 2005 Sundance Film Festival Official Selection, a 2005 Berlin Film Festival selection and was also shown as the opening movie at the Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival in the same year. A DVD with English and Korean sub-titles came out in 2005 and is accompanied by a second disk on making of the film. Running time is listed as 103 minutes. ImaginAsian Pictures acquired the rights for the film in North America. A release is expected in late 2007. Kim Mun-hee is a 32 year...
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