“‘Night Fishing’ is said to have the same picture resolution as conventional movies but took just 80 people, 150 million won ($133,000) and 10 days to create,” AFP reports. “Park Chan-Wook said he at first approached the project, a 30-minute film about a surreal encounter between a fisherman and a female shaman (medium), for fun… But the director, best known internationally for ‘Oldboy’ and ‘Thirst’ which each won Cannes festival prizes, discovered unexpected benefits.”
AFP reports, “The movie, co-directed by Park and his brother Park Chan-Kyong, will be shown in 10 cinemas nationwide from January 27 for four days.”
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