Nelson Kim's Award-Winning Feature Now Available for Download

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Adjunct film professor and alumnus Nelson Kim ‘06’s first feature film, Someone Else, is now available for download.

The film had an award-winning run on the festival circuit, where it received the honors for Best Feature Narrative and Best Director at the Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival, and an Audience Award as well as a nomination for Best Feature Narrative Award at DisOrient Asian American Film Festival.Following its theatrical release in Los Angeles, the movie is now available on iTunes and Amazon.

Someone Else is a surreal drama about the clash of wills between two Korean American cousins, starring Aaron Yoo (Disturbia, 21, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, Money Monster), Leonardo Nam (The Perfect Score, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 1 and 2), and newcomer Jackie Chung. The movie has been hailed as “a tense, unexpectedly moving psychological study” by the LA Weekly and “a highly intriguing debut” by VCinema.

You can watch the trailer at the film’s website:

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