Bong Joon-Ho, the current recipient of the Finest Director gong for his work on Parasite, has admitted that he’s too exhausted from his Oscar marketing campaign to begin work on his subsequent film.
The South Korean filmmaker made this admission throughout his current dialogue with director Kelly Reichardt for The Atlantic, who was very, very considering his post-Parasite plans.
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“Now that I lastly have time, I’m making an attempt to get again on it, however I’m so exhausted, mentally and bodily,” Bong Joon-Ho candidly admitted. “I’m only a shell of a human.”
After the Academy Awards, Bong Joon-Ho revealed that he had been engaged on two tasks, one in every of which he hopes will ultimately develop into his subsequent movie. However all he would about them is that one is in Korean, and the opposite is in English.
Apparently Bong Joon-Ho goes to have to vary his writing habits sooner or later, although.
Throughout his interview with Reichardt, Bong Joon-Ho broke down his course of, admitting, “Even when I’ve a co-writer, I don’t actually talk about issues with them. I allow them to do their very own drafts, after which I take over and spend 5 to 6 months producing the ultimate draft by myself.”
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At that time, he takes his iPad and a wi-fi keyboard to varied espresso outlets, the place he simply hides “in a nook” and writes by himself. “I’ve to be at a espresso store with noise round me,” he added. “I all the time find yourself sleeping if I write at dwelling.”
This provoked First Cow director Reichardt to inform him, “You’ll be able to’t go sit in a espresso store now! You’re too well-known! You blew it!” However Bong Joon-Ho rightfully insisted, “There’s all the time corners the place I can disguise.”