Rising Koreandirector Kim Jee-woon (A Tale Of TwoSisters) has lifted the veil on his highly anticipated fourth feature, an"action noir" that is set to start shooting in mid-August.

Dalkomhan Insaeng (English title to be decided) is produced by b.o.m.Film Productions, and tells the story of a gangster whose boss asks him to tailhis unfaithful new girlfriend.

Main investor CJEntertainment plans to release the film in Korea during the Lunar New Yearholiday in February 2005.

The film will alsomark the first title to be handled internationally by b.o.m., one of Korea'smost respected production houses.Headed by producer Oh Jung-wan, last year b.o.m was responsible forKim's A Tale Of Two Sisters, EJ-yong's breakout hit Untold Scandal,and horror title The Uninvited. The company says it will handleinternational sales on all of its future projects.

DalkomhanInsaeng features Lee Byung-heon (Everybody Has Secrets) -- a major starin both Korea and Japan -- in the lead role, together with Shin Min-ah (Volcano High) and veteran KimYoung-chul.

Lee Eugene (Untold Scandal) will produce, with debutcinematographer Kim Ji-yong and Korea's most famous production designer RyuSeong-hee (Old Boy, Memories Of Murder)joining the crew.

Kim Jee-woon'sprevious work, the stylish horror title ATale Of Two Sisters, earned $16m at the local box-office and won top prizesat the Fantasporto, LA Screamfest, and Gerardmer film festivals.