15 February 2013 2:00 PM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Yesterday we shared some cool first films from Kevin Smith and Quentin Tarantino that were never completed, and to keep that theme alive today we've got a very early short from Looper director Rian Johnson. It's rare that we get to watch the high school productions of some of our favorite filmmakers, but 1990 isn't too far away and so here we have Johnson's Ninja Ko: Master of Origami to go along with a much more current chat with Johnson via a Harvard-Westlake interview conducted by Jason Reitman (we’d have loved to sit in on that conversation…) Ninja Ko is about what you’d expect from a high school shot-on-video movie – it’s not deep and the image quality is the pits, but Johnson’s direction is surprisingly...

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