The Park Chan Wook English language debut, Stoker, is still a few months away, but there’s no harm in getting the word out now. Not only that, but it is obvious that great care and attention to detail are being put into the marketing material. First of all we had a striking poster, and now we have an interactive website. www.letterstoindia.com gives us a look inside the Stoker family,with Mia Wasikowska’s character India having received/sent a number of letters. The website has only just got up and running, but it clearly demonstrates some striking imagery.
Fellow Korean directors Kim Jee Woon and Bong Joon Ho will also be releasing their English language debuts next year and we at Thn are revisiting each of their past works, which you can view here.
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