[Reporter Han Hyeon-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
Directed by Hirokazu Koreeda, the movie “I Wish” will be re-released in 10 years and will host a special stage greeting in Korea.
According to the recent Mirovision Co., Ltd., a special stage greeting for “I Wish” attended by Hirokazu Koreeda will be held in Cinema Tech Busan at 1 p.m. on May 1.
Director Koreeda said, “Thank you for re-releaseing ‘I Wish’, which was a movie 10 years ago, in Korea and screening it on the screen.”
“I Wish” is a touching drama about a special farewell trip where a brother who wants to live with the whole family when the volcano erupts and a brother who wants to be a mask rider pass by as the train passes by.
It is a representative family film directed by Hirokazu Koreeda, a world-recognized master, and is still considered a life movie for many audiences as it conveys deep and deep emotion in bright and pleasant laughter.
Children’s worries, longing for their families, and absurdly innocent wishes make them smile while touching.
The main characters of the movie, Koki Maeda and Oshiro Maeda, are real brothers and cartoonists, and have gained popularity for their skillful and gem-like emotional performances, and are still active as adults. The debut film of Kanna Hashimoto, a popular Japanese idol and actor called “The Millennium Doll,” is drawing attention again.
Meanwhile, Hirokazu Koreeda is known to have recently started filming the movie “Broker” with South Korean actors Song Kang-ho, Kang Dong-won and Bae Doo-na.
[Ⓒmottokorea All rights reserved]