This is not news but for me, but I thought it was quite interesting and worth posting.
Earlier this year, the news that director Park Chan-wook was about to release a 30-minute movie shot entirely with an iPhone 4 made headlines all over the world (obviously, I missed them due to my post-London depression). The feature, 파란만장 (that means something like “life full of ups and downs” and was translated as Night Fishing), tells the story of a man that, while out fishing one night, ends up catching the body of a woman. Mixing horror and fantasy, the movie was co-directed by his brother, Park Chank-yong, and cost only $133,000 (financed by Korea’s only iPhone provider).
For those of you who don’t know or can’t remember, Park directed other great movies like Old Boy, Lady Vengeance and Thirst.
Check out the teaser trailer:
Below, the Behind the scenes for the movie. Bad thing is in Korean with no subtitles.