Allen Hughes to Direct A Bittersweet Life Remake

The film is based on a 2005 Korean crime thriller about a hotel manager tasked with following his boss' cheating mistress.
BYB. Alan Orange | September 21st, 2012
Allen Hughes to Direct A Bittersweet Life Remake

Allen Hughes to direct A Bittersweet Life remakeAllen Hughes is set to direct a remake of the 2005 Korean crime thriller A Bittersweet Life for 20th Century Fox and New Regency.

This will be Allen's second film away from his partner brother, Albert Hughes, the first being the recently completed Broken City.

A Bittersweet Life follows the story of a mob enforcer and manager of a hotel who is tasked with following his boss' mistress. The man is ordered to kill the mistress if its discovered she is having an affair. When a secret tryst comes to light, the enforcer beats up the mistress' second lover and tells them to never speak of the incident, as he has fallen for the mistress himself and does not want to see her life ended.

Anthony Peckham, the man behind the scripts for Sherlock Holmes and Invictus, has been tasked with writing this remake. The film is being fast tracked by the studio and will go into production early next year.

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