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Movie ‘Lucid Dream’ signed a licensing contract, domestically and overseas, with Netflix.
‘Lucid Dream’ plans to be exclusively offered in 190 Netflix-serviced countries all around the world, except for Korea, through Netflix; and can be seen on Netflix in Korea after its theatrical premiere. It is the second time, following ‘Pandora'(2016), that Netflix bought in advance a Korean film’s global copyright and decided on distribution all around the world.
‘Lucid Dream’ undertook many short film directing and was awarded at all sorts of distinguished film festivals domestically. As the first screened movie of Director Kim Joon-sung whose name is known, it totally mobilized esteemed actors of Chungmuro, the likes of Go Soo, Sol Kyung-gu, and Kang Hye-jung.
Vice President of communications for Netflix Asia, Jessica Lee, said: “We are looking forward to ‘Lucid Dream’ becoming a movie that’ll receive great love from audiences all around the world through Netflix”.
Meanwhile movie ‘Lucid Dream’ is currently playing in theaters.
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By Shim Sun-ah
SEOUL, Feb. 2 (Yonhap) — Lucid dreaming is an elusive state in which you consciously know you are dreaming. Unlike a regular dream where there is no control over what you experience, a lucid dream offers you the possibility to control your surroundings.
The upcoming Korean sci-fi thriller “Lucid Dream” tells the story of a father who slips into his own dreams with help from a psychiatrist to locate his little boy kidnapped three years ago and find clues to track down his captor.
“The term ‘lucid dream’ may sound strange, but you may have experienced the phenomenon at least once without knowing,” rookie director Kim Joon-sung said during a news conference for the film at a CGV theater in southern Seoul.
Director Kim Joon-sung (1st from L) and the cast of the Korean sci-fi thriller “Lucid Dream” pose for a photo during a news conference for the film at the CGV-Apgujeong theater in southern Seoul on Feb. 2, 2017. (Yonhap)