A Documentary Film That Shows The Beginnings Of Korean Filmmaker Bong Joon-ho Has Been Released

Whenever Director Bong Joon-ho Is Asked Where He Got His Start, He Always Points To “Yellow Door: ’90s Lo-fi Film Club.”

A Netflix documentary that explores Bong joon-ho’s early beginnings has been released.

The documentary tells the story of the members of the “Yellow Door” film club, who were looking for a new outlet for their artistic souls after the end of the student movement in the early 1990s. It’s a story of a cinephile era that they revisit 30 years later.

Featuring a young Bong Joon-ho’s first short film, “Looking for Paradise,” and the recollections of 12 ‘Yellow Moon’ members about their work, it is now available on Netflix.

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