Back in October we heard that our favourite Korean film director Park Chan-Wook was gearing up for his next two films, the first set in a mental institution, with the film following that being a film about "the existence of the devil, like God versus Devil.".
Well, we've got further information on both of these now, and it seems the latter is going to be a supernatural vampire flick! Called Bakjwi (The Bat) in Korea and Evil Live (great pallindromic title) for international markets, the film will have a budget of $5 million. Song Gang-ho, from Mr Vengeance and J.S.A. is set to star.
His next film however, will be a fantasy-tinged romantic comedy set in a mental asylum with the great title Even If You're A Cyborg, It's No Problem. It will be about a woman who believes herself to be a cyborg, and will start shooting in March 2006, for an end-of-year release.
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