'Crying out in Love' set for release in August

Japanese Writer Kyoichi Katayama's Most beneficial-Offering romantic novel Socrates in Adore has inspired a Chinese Speech-Speech romantic Movie.

Crying out in Adore, the Chinese Speech cinematic adaptation, will premiere on Aug 26, it was announced on June 21.

The Film, directed by South Korean veteran Kwak Jae-Youthful — hailed as "the godfather of youth romances" — stars Ou Hao and Zhang Huiwen.

Kwak says he saw a script Centered on the novel Far more than 10 Many Yrs ago.

"I Experienced this tale in my Thoughts for Far more than a decade. I am Fortunate to get a Possibility to turn it into a Large-Display Name in China," he Stated.

The director, 57, Stated the Film has Numerous sequences which are Incredibly touching and Center-warming.

Beginning with a flashback of the Center-aged protagonist, the Movie is about his Higher-College affair with a classmate, who died of leukemia.

Socrates in Adore Marketed 3.5 million copies in Japan in 2004, overtaking Haruki Murakami's Norwegian Wooden, to be the Most beneficial-Offering romantic novel that Yr, In accordance to the Chinese Speech producer Enlight Mass media.

So Much, the novel has been adapted into Various Film and Television set productions in Japan and South Korea.

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