“Roll a Hospital Bed Down the Busiest Intersection of Koreatown”: Director Justin Chon | Ms. Purple

Filmmaker Magazine | 1/25/2019 | Filmmaker Staff
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by Filmmaker Staff

Whenever directors watch their own films, they always do so with the knowledge that there are moments that occurred during their production — whether that’s in the financing and development or shooting or post — that required incredible ingenuity, skill, planning or just plain luck, but whose difficulty is invisible to most spectators. These are the moments directors are often the most proud of, and that pride comes with the knowledge that no one on the outside could ever properly appreciate what went into them.

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So, we ask: “What hidden part of your film are you most privately proud of and why?”

I am secretly most proud of the time we figured out how we were going to roll a hospital bed down the busiest intersection of Koreatown. Crazy! Like an Olympic bobsled team, we practiced how exactly we were going to do it.

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We put the bed, fully assembled and dressed, in the back of an Econoline van. We had a...
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