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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Let Me Out LA Red Carpet Premiere August 16th

Spouted as a Korean zombie coming-of-age story, Let Me Out is having a special LA Red Carpet Premiere August 16th. Just a bit before The Blue Exorcist screening, actually the day before. So if you're into Asian cinema you have a two-day treat. With this treat you'll have a Q and A with the film's director Jae Soh.

Let Me Out
Aug 16, 2013 9:00 PM
The Downtown Independent Cinema (View)
251 S Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
United States

Tickets for the screening are currently on sale at the first 100 tickets purchased will include an autographed limited edition event poster.  More information may be found at :

Giant Ape is also currently hosting a contest with an opportunity to attend a dinner with the director and VIP tickets to the premier via:

This zombie melodrama is Mu-Young 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.