It Will Turn Out Well This Time received a request from former US President Donald Trump to suspend the screening.
On Thursday, Moojin Film shared that Trump sent in his request to stop the screening of It Will Turn Out Well This Time through a law firm. According to the company, they have received several complaints regarding the film’s portrayal of Trump. And today, Trump’s legal representative sent in an official request.
In the official request, the representative stated that many Americans still remain to be loyal supporters of Trump and find the film very offensive. Plus, his supporters believe the film is harming US-Korea trade relations. According to the request, if the film is screened anyways, they plan to boycott the movie and sue the production company for at least $20 million in damages. So basically, suspending the screening is what they want.
In It Will Turn Out Well This Time, Kim Myoung Guk plays Trumpet, a character based on Donal Trump. Kim put on a wig that resembles Trump’s signature hairstyle and even put on his trademark red tie. However, even after being notified, Moojin Film declared their plan to “push ahead with the release.”
Meanwhile, It Will Turn Out Well This Time is a human comedy film. It begins when Seung Hoon, a small fried chicken restaurant owner, discovers an irresistible screenplay and jumps into the movie production.
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