Convenience store clerk/film student Mu
Young is a university senior who has yet to make a film. He angers a visiting
indie film maker who ironically picks Mu Young to receive his donation money to
the film department. Mu Young finally gets a chance to make his debut: a zombie
melodrama. But his inexperience, demands and impatience cause everyone around
him to go crazy, turning his project into a nightmare. Fortunately, Mu Young
never really had to fret, his zombie extras pitch in and he manages to finish
his opus, barely surviving but learning that making a movie is like love, you
can't do it alone. LET ME OUT is the ultimate tribute to low budget guerrilla
film enthusiasts struggling to create. It is hope. From Korea, in Korean with English subtitles.
PART OF THE FIESTA ASIA FESTIVAL!