Movie Short: July 2008

‘Regret’ Nothing

Lee Young-Hoon (l) and Lee Han in No Regret.

Korean film focuses on troubled gay pair

When released in 2006, No Regret was one of the first gay-themed movies made in Korea. The feature debut for director Leesong Hee-il, the drama focuses on a relationship between two young men, one the child of a wealthy, conservative family, the other a factory worker who turns to sex work after losing his job. No Regret is now receiving a limited theatrical release in the United States, opening first in Los Angeles and New York this month. • From Regent Releasing ( — Preview: Tim Brookover


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