Red Carpet

Synopsis: An Iranian man with high hopes of becoming a professional actor arrives in Can,France to meet Spielberg but his expectations and the reality are not so much alike.
Genre: Comedy
85 min


Best New Director Award goes to

Jung-woo Park!


An Officer and a Nurse

was written and directed by him,

which is notable for its fresh

and youthful qualities

He's a rising star who will lead

Korea's film industry.

We would like to congratulate you

once again.

I am Jung-woo Park.

I practiced this every night,

thinking of this moment,

but my mind is completely blanking.

-First of all, I'd like to thank...



No, the jurors...

-That feels good.

-That feels good.

I've had this dream for 10 years,

I'm a porn director.

I'll cum if you move!


-That's a cut! Let's move upstairs!

-Sir, water.


Windmill, either take it off or change.

It's fugly.

-Lights upstairs.

-Sir, I'm an actor.

Dude, what about scene 17?

Medium shot from the side,

and a close-up on

her blanket clutching hand.


-Let's think upstairs.

Summer! This isn't a sauna,

put some clothes on.

-Which one?

-The red one.

Let's get full shot here.

Full shot?

-It's good.

-No place to hide mic.



Yo, Windmill!



Strawberry! How much longer will it take?

Five minutes!

We'll shoot in one min!

Move your asses!

Why's he always like that?

Take your time, no rush.

Can 15 years' worth

of imaginary training...

be put to use?


-It can.

Okay, we're ready to shoot!

Quiet on the set!

-What the hell?


Something moved...

What's up?

I had a horrific thought.

I have claustrophobia...

Get back in.

-I'm an actor, not a crew member!

-God damn it.

Director, can we add more

masturbation scenes for him?

Director, I'm sweaty!

Can I redo my vag patch?

No, no crotch shot this scene,

so suck it in.

How can you suck in sweat?

You've never tried, give it a shot!

So annoying... You suck it in.

-Hey, Strawberry!


Who was that...

you look like that actress...

The cute one, you know.

-Pretty and hot body...

-Hye-kyo Song?


Hye-kyo Song! A doppelganger!

I don't really see it,

but people are saying.


Can't tell her apart on the monitor.

Camera's ready.


-Okay, Hye-kyo!

I'm sorry, I got you mixed up.

Let's get it over with. It's only one cut.

It's hot, but okay.

Let's do it before the sun sets!

Okay, ready!

Camera's rolling!

Aren't you eating too many dumplings?

It's perfect for getting into

Old Boy character.

Try one.

So hungry!

Uh-oh, I don't have chopsticks.

Impeccable manner as always.

Thanks, Jun-su.

What do we do with the hammer scene?

Exactly as written in the script.

But the space is...

too tight for the shot.

We have to do it in a long take?

It's a must,

even if we tear down the wall.

This scene is dedicated to

director Chan-wook Park and his crew,

for their work.

It's my note of appreciation

for creating this masterpiece!

But they'll never watch our film.

I don't care, that's fine.

Long take, no argument!

Got it?

Sir, you do a lot of spoofs lately.

Do you know what happens

when you do one thing for ten years?

Become master of that craft?

You run out of ideas!


Kimchi Soup $15

Dumplings $20

Get yourself in the shot.

Sorry for this every time.

But as you know,

she'll divorce me if she finds out.


Don't forget! This is a medical company,

-Suk-bong's team lead! You're manager!


Windmill's the rookie,

Summer's the waitress, okay?

Cellphone's rolling!


Everyone, get in position.

Oh hello, everyone!

-Hi honey!

-Hi! How are you doing?

We got company dinner.

You'll be quite late then?

Don't wait up.

-Watch Se-eun play.

-You're so pretty!



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Reza Attaran

Reza Attaran Persian: رضا عطاران‎(born 10 May 1968 in Mashhad) is an Iranian actor and director. He has played in both films and television shows. Attaran won the Best Actor award at the 2008 Gol Aga Comedy Film Festival. He also won Crystal Simorgh for the best actor in the 32nd Fajr International Film Festival in 2014. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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