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Reminder: Help FUNimation Present LET ME OUT at Studio Movie Grill, Dallas 9/25

From: Sophie M.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:48 AM

Hello again!

Our special screening of Korean Zombie movie LET ME OUT at Studio Movie Grill in Dallas on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. needs your help. We need 47 more ticket sales for the screening to happen. If you're interested in going to the movie, you can pre-order tickets right here. If you can't make it we'd really appreciate it if you would share the event on FacebookTwitter, or anywhere else.

Remember, tickets to this film are $10 each and everyone who attends gets to pick a prize (worth at least $20) from our giant grab bag.

LET ME OUT is a Korean language coming of age melodrama and pays homage to Day For Night (France), Living In Oblivion (USA) and Korean cinema. LET ME OUT pokes fun at director Yang Ik-June who won the 2009 Rotterdam Film Festival’s Tiger Award for his film, Breathless. Director of M, Duelist, Nowhere To Hide and Korean film icon, Lee Myungse is cast as himself.

SYNOPSIS: This zombie melodrama is Mu-Young’s film school opus. An eternal senior, he knows everything about cinema but nothing about actual filmmaking. Critical of everyone else, he heckles the famous indie director Ik-June Yang at a campus screening and somehow receives film funding. His dream of working with his love-interest Ah-Young becomes a nightmare. Everything that can go wrong does. Barely surviving a disastrous shoot, Mu-Young learns making a movie is like love, you can’t do it alone. LET ME OUT is a tribute to guerrilla, indie, amateur, low-budget cineastes struggling to create. It is hope.

Watch the trailer.

I hope to see you there!

Sophie McNutt
FUNimation at the Movies ~emcee and organizer~
FUNimation Entertainment


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