Director Noh Young-seok turned a lot of heads around the world with his 2008 debut, Daytime Drinking
. A tiny budget indie that saw Noh doing virtually everything himself - he's credited as writer, director, producer, actor, cinematographer, editor, composer, production designer and sound man - the film became an unlikely hit on the festival circuit thanks largely to his clever writing and strong characters.
So, as is often the case when a young director manages a success despite tiny resources the question becomes what's next? Can they make the transition to so called 'proper' filmmaking? And Noh's answer comes with his super dark comedy Intruders
, freshly announced as a selection of the Toronto International Film Festival.
It's a simple set up that appears to play straight to Noh's strengths, the story of a writer who heads to an isolated house in the mountains to be alone and work only to have a collection of dodgy figures arrive and send the whole thing spiraling into violence.
The trailer for this one is great fun, take a look below.
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