Conversing with the audience of "3 Seasons" from Chungmuro International Film Festival's Opus section

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SEOUL, Korea (AVING Special Report on 'CHIFFS 2009') -- <Visual News> During the successful progress of The 3rd Chungmuro International Film Festival in Seoul (CHIFFS), there was a session for the audience to watch and meet the crew of Chungmuro Opus' "3 Seasons" at Dongdaemoon Megabox on the 26th.

(Photo: Director Jim Donovan (left) and main actress Carinne Leduc)

Canadian director Jim Donovan's movie "3 Seasons" shows the pregnancy and birth of two couples who are in completely different circumstances.)

"The theme of the movie is linked to the birth of a precious life. It was a simple idea derived from the fact that it takes 9 months for a child to be born, which means that 3 seasons have to pass," Carinne Leduc said.

Director Jim Donovan visited Korea for the first time and said that the way a movie is received must differ for each country, but eventually any nation will identify with a story that originated from the depth of the heart.

Director Jim Donovan from Montreal, Canada, said that through the movie "3 Seasons," he wished to deliver the message that birth is hope of life and it is of a greater value than anything else.

(Photo: Director Jim Donovan responds earnestly to the audience's questions)

(Photo: The audience showed high interest in Chungmuro Opus selection "3 Seasons.")

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