Oru Korean Padam
The travails and tribulations that a budding film maker goes through and the anxiety that precedes his first release ever are all effectively portrayed in Sujith S Nair's 'Oru Korean Padam'. However, apart from all this there is little left in it that would want you to give it the thumbs up. Kishore (Maqbool Salman) works as an assistant director and dreams of making its big someday in showbiz. A chance encounter with Eva (Mithra Kurien) changes his life forever and the man falls in love. When a worn out script writer (Nandu) approaches him with a promising script, Kishore manages to woo a producer (Vinod Jose) and directs his debut film. His film turns out to be a bumper hit, but the jubilations do not last long. Advocate Prakash Mathew (M A Nishad) comes knocking on his door, with a Korean director in two, alleging that Kishore's film is a frame to frame copy of a Korean film.