film, 33min., 2011
Deep in the woods, cutting through the fog, a man walks in carrying a fishing bag. He arrives at the edge of a river. The man leisurely goes about setting up his fishing rods and starts fishing. Hours later, night has fallen on the quiet riverside. The man hasn't caught mush fish and just sits, waiting. Just then, somthing big is caught on the fishing rod. It's not something he can put on his dinner plate, but the body of a mysterious young woman in white funeral dress!
Shocked, the man trips up on his fishing rods, and gets tangled together with the woman by the fishing lines. He struggles to untangle himself free, but the more he tries, the more he gets tangled. Suddenly, the woman's arm wraps around the man's neck. The man screams and faints. Later, the woman, now wearing the man's clothes, wakes up the man, who is now wearing her white funeral dress. The man completely confused. To make matters worse, the woman starts to cry in a little girl's voice, calling him "daddy"...
PARKing CHANce is a team of directors formed by Park Chan-wook and Park Chan-Kyong. PARKing CHANce won the Golden Bear award in the Berilnale Shorts Category at the Berlin International Film Festival 2011 with the movie Night Fishing, which was the first iPhone filmed short movie in the world to be released in the theaters.
2012, Cosmic Laghter, Ursula Blickle Foundation, Kraichtal, Germany2011, Silver prize (Film Craft) for Spikes Asia Advertising Festival, Singapore2011, Golden Bear for the Best Short Film, 61st Berlin International Film Festival, Berlin, Germany