SINGAPORE (Dec 10): Spackman Entertainment Group Limited says its new film, Default, has grossed US$20 million ($27.4 million) in box office revenue and crossed its break-even point of 2.6 million tickets within 12 days since its official release in South Korea on Nov 28.

Default is a Korean financial thriller film produced by the company’s indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, Zip Cinema.

Set in the 1997 Asian financial crisis, the production is headlined by Korean actor Yoo Ah-In (main image), and also marks the first South Korean project of French actor Vincent Cassel from Ocean’s Twelve, Oceans Thirteen and Black Swan.

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