Being in the film industry for about 20 years, actor Jung Woo-sung has very carefully made himself sit into the chair of the directors. His style of film making is no different than anybody else, but his choice of choosing scripts is very clever which the short film The Killer Behind The Old Man proves.
Being a short film, it had a very short duration and the director had to show the whole story within that time frame. The pace was quite slow, but it was equally gripping and had the ability of making the audience sit and see till the end. The cinematography is excellently executed, and the characters portrayed are equally well presented.
The story revolves around an old man who is hated by his son and he hires a man to kill him. The film then takes us through a slow, yet quite gripping instances with a very interesting end.
Jung Woo-sung’s Directorial Debut was his first short film the Story of Me and S4 in 2013. This is his second short film which was supported by Hong Kong international Film Festival 2014.
Tags: 9th London Korean Film Festival 2014, Jung Woo-sung, Short Film
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