Director E J-yong signs on to direct an ad spot and becomes taken with the whimsical notion of directing the film not from on set, but from an off-site location using Web-based technology. E writes this very idea into his short film, a story about a director who attempts to “remote direct” his film in order to go on a date. E then rounds up a star-studded cast, but secretly flies out to Hollywood in order to put his plan into action. On the morning of the first day of the...more
Director E J-yong signs on to direct an ad spot and becomes taken with the whimsical notion of directing the film not from on set, but from an off-site location using Web-based technology. E writes this very idea into his short film, a story about a director who attempts to “remote direct” his film in order to go on a date. E then rounds up a star-studded cast, but secretly flies out to Hollywood in order to put his plan into action. On the morning of the first day of the shoot, E J-yong greets his cast and crew through a monitor. Without the director on set, the production spirals into chaos and everyone on set shouts in frustration,
“The director has lost his mind!”
Will they be able to finish this film?less
Feb 28, 2013
Number of Screens : 39
Total Admissions : 5,317
Total Gross : $29,038
As of Mar 01, 2024
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Awards and Invitation
Osaka Asian Film Festival (2013) - Competition
Berlin International Film Festival (2013) - Panorama
Melbourne International Film Festival (2013) - Accent on Asia
New York Asian Film Festival (2013)
Busan International Film Festival : BIFF (2012) - Korean Cinema Today-Panorama