Helmed once again by South Korean director Chul-soo Park, the movie will be renamed as 10A/10B and the script will be adapted from the original South Korean screenplay. The original film was centered around two women that lived in the same apartment building and had different approaches to dealing with life, one seeking refuge in love, sex and spending money, while the other one lives in self-imposed poverty.
The new film, which is set to begin filming in June, will explore the relationship between a
culinary perfectionist (Tyler), a failing actress (Tomei), and the consequences that arise after they become neighbors.
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