Anticipation builds for ‘Late Autumn’ debut
It took just five seconds for “Late Autumn” to sell out at the 15th Pusan International Film Festival last October. It was the fastest-selling film among the hundreds of entries at Asia’s biggest film festival.
Four months have passed since then, but that has not diminished anticipation for the movie, which is a collaboration between production companies in Korea, China and the United States.
Unlike previous multinational projects, which flopped at the box office, ticket sales for “Late Autumn” are expected to be high.
Tickets to 10 prescreenings organized prior to its official release on Feb. 17 all sold out within an hour earlier this month.