Director experiences real Seoul at this year’s INPUT

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“Four jam packed days, dozens of films, discussions, debates, brutal honesty, humor mixed with painfully serious subject matter, and a delirious evening of Korea’s top musical acts in an eclectic concert in our honor and broadcast live.” That’s how Judy Erlich, director of the critically acclaimed Most Dangerous Man in America doc, describes the recent pubTV INPUT Festival in Seoul on ITVS’s Beyond the Box blog.

“INPUT is all about culture clash and aesthetic variance,” Erlich writes. “What works in Denmark may be completely inappropriate in Indonesia. The Islamic young woman sitting next to me literally covered her eyes during the opening event, which included a rather explicit sexual how-to sequence.”

Overall, “INPUT had real Seoul.”