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- Movie: Camellia
- Revised romanization: Kamaellia
- Hangul: 카멜리아
- Director: Isao Yukisada, Wisit Sasanatieng, Jang Joon-Hwan
- Producer: Kim Dong-Ho
- World Premiere: October 15, 2010 (Pusan International Film Festival)
- Release Date: November, 2011
- Runtime: 138 min.
- Language: Korean, Japanese, Thai
- Country: South Korea
"Love for Sale"
Set in the future, when buying and selling memory is common, a man (played by Gang Dong-Won) attempts to retrieve his memory of lost love and his ex girlfriend (played by Song Hye-Kyo).
A Thai queer spy comes to Korea and falls in love with a Korean man.
Yong-su (played by Sol Kyung-Gu) directs a film in Busan and falls in love. Kamome (Yuriko Yoshitaka) is awaken by love, but not a realistic love ...
- Similar to recent omnibus films like "Tokyo!" & "Chengdu, I Love You," the movie "Camellia" will be an omnibus film centered around a city (in this case the port city of Pusan, South Korea).
- Japanese director Isao Yukisada stated that working on the "Camellia" is a payback to the city of Busan and the Pusan International Film Festival, which screened Isao Yukisada's 2000 film "Sunflower" and selected that flm as that year's New Currents Award winner. This helped launch Isao Yukisada's career onto the international arena.
- Pusan International Film Festival director Dong-ho Kim will act as producer for "Camellia".
- Production budget for each segment is 500 million won ($421,229).
- Filming began January 15th, 2010 and concludes March, 2010.
- As soon as production wraps up organizers plan to submit the completed film to the Cannes Film Festival (May) and the Venezia Film Festival (September).
- Early working title for the film was "부산 프로젝트" (Busan Project).
Segment "Love for Sale"
Segment "Iron Pussy"
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