Last week we brought you the news that 'Oldboy' filmmaker Park Chan-Wook has completed work on a short film that was shot entirely on an iPhone 4. The short, which is called 'Paranmanjang' (or 'Night Fishing,' for the handful of you who don't speak fluent Korean), is a macabre fable about a fisherman who snags an unusual catch on his line, although this being a Park Chan-Wook film, the "Unusual catch" is actually the corpse of a young woman, and odds are that she's not quite as dead as she looks.

'Paranmanjang' was unsurprisingly sponsored by KT Corp. -- the company that happens to own exclusive distribution rights to the iPhone in Korea -- and it will be premiering in six theaters there in the end of January. Earlier today Park's mini-opus was selected to play in next month's Berlin International Film Festival, but thanks to the folks over at Quiet Earth you can watch both the trailer as well as a nifty behind-the-scenes featurette as soon as you click over the jump. Neither clip is subtitled, but this is one of those exceptionally cool surprises that doesn't really require any translation.
categories Movies, Cinematical