‘Red Shoes’ Korean Animation Steps out in Post-Coronavirus Theaters

‘Red Shoes’ Korean Animation Steps out in Post-Coronavirus Theaters
South Korean animation “Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs” opens Wednesday in some 300 cinemas in France, giving the fairy tale derivative a further chance demonstrate its resistant to coronavirus.

Using the fairy tale format to tell a story about the true meaning of beauty, the film was written and directed by Hong Sung Ho, with Jin Kim credited as the film’s animation director. Its English-language version attracted top tier voice talent including Chloë Grace Moretz, Sam Claflin, and Gina Gershon.

In Australia and New Zealand, where it is handled by Rialto Distribution, it has been on release since July 2, 2020 and amassed over $1 million to date. In Spain, it was released on July 3 through 214 screens and topped the box office for two weeks. By the end of the July 17-19 weekend, it had amassed EUR494,000.

In pre-coronavirus times, it was released in Korea beginning this time last year, and going
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