Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Day 30, Film 30. My Magnum Opus

I somehow kept this going for 30 days. Whether good or bad, that's a full month of short films... which is just enough to provide me timely closure.


SPECIAL REQUEST
Please, please, please help bring my novels BOY GENIUS and LAS CUCARACHAS to the Hong Kong Public Library by clicking on this link and filling out the web form.

BOY GENIUS by Yongsoo Park (Akashic Books, NYC, 2002) ISBN No.: 978-1888451245

LAS CUCARACHAS by Yongsoo Park (Akashic Books, NYC, 2004) ISBN No.: 978-1888451566


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NOW, having said all that, here is my 30th and final short film in this series: MY MAGNUM OPUS

Enjoy!!!

It's been great fun.

I want to thank everyone who's visited this blog.

I also want to say special thanks to Hong Kong Blogs Review, which provides an excellent and comprehensive overview of HK blogs, for a very kind and generous review. Thank you again for your kind words.





I SHOT HONG KONG!
Here is a compilation of my own favorites (total 10 minutes). You can see these films individually as well on the right side of this blog. Enjoy!

8 comments:

cecilie said...

我永遠都唔會忘記你。

多謝你
甘茜蓮

aberdeen c said...

You will be missed. :( Best of luck.

Anonymous said...

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揮手自茲去

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hkorbust said...

NOoooo o o --

gweipo said...

we'll miss you - you can always carry on in the US of course!

Fili said...

NO! DON'T GO!

I gotta say, everytime I watch your stuff, I'm down on the floor. It's absolutely brilliant.

The Real Hong Kong.

Good luck, wherever you are...

Rafael Rofes said...

Hello, friend:
I saw your interesting blog. I would like to change links with you.
I have 2 blogs:
www.pasajedeportivo.blogspot.com
http://del-verde-caiman.nireblog.com
Tell me, please, if I can put your blog link in my 2 blogs. I hope you do the same with mine/
I hope you respond soon.
Rafael

John Kelly said...

I just found your blog from Joyce Lau's link. The films are just lovely. I've never been to Hong Kong (though I own three suits from there!) and you gave me a delightful taste. I hope you turn your camera on something else soon.