You Have To Watch This Multi-Award-Winning Korean Short Film Set In America
This Korean short film set in America just won multiple awards at the NBC Universal Short Film Festival including Outstanding Drama Award and Best Actor Award!
Called Lost Dogs, the drama follows 30-year-old Jeong Eun as she suffers her cruel mother and tries to help her gambling-addicted brother.
Jeong Eun makes some hard choices to help her family, even though she doesn’t get any love in return.
With beautifully executed shots, eerie music and a plot that keeps you guessing, it’s not hard to see why Lost Dogs won Outstanding Drama!
The movie was directed and produced by a filmmaking duo from Los Angeles, Cullan Bruce and Chris Lee.
Chris Lee also played the role of Jeong Eun and won Best Actor!
The short film was selected for inclusion in the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Festival 2017, the San Diego Film Festival 2017 and Bush Wick Film Festival 2017.
Outstanding Drama at the #NBCUShortsFest last night went to #LostDogs! Congratulations to writer-director Cullan Bruce and writer Chris Lee!
Posted by NBCU Short Film Festival on Thursday, October 19, 2017
It was also featured as an “Online Premiere” on indie film site NoBudge in 2018.
There are some tense and distressing scenes, so watch at your own discretion: