Was at the Pusan International Film Festival last week for a screening of Au Revoir. I haven't been back there since 2007 for the PPP (Pusan Promotion Plan) - which is the first time we officially pitched the film, and probably the first time I got to really see how the film business actually works.
It was kind of strange to be back there again, three years later - doesn't feel like that long ago, but making Au Revoir felt like it took forever. I guess it was some form of closure, but there was definitely something sad about finally screening the completed film for Pusan audiences.
On the plus side, there were a lot of cute Korean girls armed with phone cameras that rushed us after the screening.