Frenchsales house Wild Bunch has picked up most international rights to Low Life(Haryu Insaeng) which appears in competition at next month's Venicefestival.

The film,directed by Korea's "living legend" Im Kwan-taek, was previously handled byCinema Service and had been presented under the working title Raging Years.The film marks a return to the action genre which marked the early work of Im,who has now directed 99 features.

CinemaService retains all rights in Asia, with Wild Bunch handling all internationalterritories except France, Switzerland and Benelux, which have been pre-boughtby Pathe.

WildBunch handled similar territories on Im's previous picture Chihwaseon,which in 2002 was the first Korean film to be accepted into main competition atCannes.