Korean sales agent Cineclick Asia has announced Berlinale competition film Tuya's Marriage as the latest addition to its EFM slate.

The company picked up international rights to the Chinese film excluding French-speaking territories, BeNeLux, and Indonesia - which Pretty Pictures acquired at last year's Asian Film Market.

Mainland China distribution rights remain with Max Yee Culture Industry Co. Ltd. and Xian Motion Picture Co., the distributor/producers.

Directed by Wang Quan-an (Lunar Eclipse), who co-wrote the script with Lu Wei (Farewell My Concubine), the film will make its world premiere in Berlin.

Set in Chinese Inner Mongolia, Tuya's Marriage tells the story of Tuya (Yu), who struggles to support her two young children and disabled husband Bater on barren farmland. When she falls ill, they agree to divorce so she can find a husband to take care of the land and family, but the task turns out to have more complications than expected.

Director Wang, cinematographer Lutz Reitemeier (Jing Zhe), and leading actress Yu Nan - who speaks fluent French and English, will be presenting the film in Berlin.

Tuya's Marriage is Cineclick's second non-Korean film. Golden Globe award-winning Afghan director Siddiq Barmak's Opium War, which is in pre-production, was the first.

Cineclick's slate also includes the drama Ad Lib Night by Lee Yoon-ki (This Charming Girl) making its international premiere in the Forum section.

Market screenings include melodrama The Old Garden by Im Sang-soo (The President's Last Bang) and comedy Seducing Mr. Perfect, starring Daniel Henney.

Hot upcoming titles include Kim Ji-woon's 'Oriental Western' The Good, the Bad, and the Weird, Kim Ki-duk's Breath, and horror film Hansel and Gretel.