‘Night Fishing’, co-written and co-directed by Chan-wook Park

Night Fishing

Today’s film is the 2011 short Night Fishing. The film is a collaboration between Chan-wook Park and his brother Chan-kyong Park, stars Jung-hyun Lee and Kwang-rok Oh, and was fully filmed with an iPhone 4. Chan-wook Park has been one of the major filmmakers from the South Korean film industry to have achieved international acclaim, particularly for his 2003 feature Oldboy, which is currently in the process of being remade by Hollywood filmmaker Spike Lee. Chan-wook Park’s english language directorial debut, Stoker, is currently playing in limited release in American theatres.


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