Man on a mission

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PUSAN — “Traces of Love” helmer Kim Dae-seung became the latest industryite to make a one-man protest against government cuts to South Korean’s film quota when he hoisted a banner outside the Pusan Intl. Film Festival center Friday lunchtime.

In January pols announced the number of days that local cinemas must screen Korean films would be halved from 146 to 73 days. The cut came into force in July.

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