James Kyson joins cast of Chicago Korean filmmakers’ project

August 27, 2015
James Kyson, left, and Sanghoon Lee, center (Photo courtesy of Sanghoon Lee)

James Kyson, left, and Sanghoon Lee, center (Photo courtesy of Sanghoon Lee)

A low-budget film produced by Chicago-based Korean American filmmakers, “Banana Season,” will begin shooting early next month with a newly cast lead actor, James Kyson.

The story, written and directed by Sanghoon Lee, an assistant professor in film at Governors State University, is produced by James Choi and has special effects director Terry Jeon on board.

The film follows two characters, Peter and Sun, as they each reach pivotal points in their lives “when they flower or fade.”

Kyson, a 1.5-generation Korean American, is famous for his role as Ando Masahashi on NBC’s “Heroes.”

The budget for “Banana Season,” estimated at about $90,000, is still short and needs the support of the Korean community, Lee said.

For information on how to donate, call 312-927-0757.

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