When six famous Korean actresses gather for a Vogue photo shoot, egos collide as stars, who are used to being the center of attention must now share the limelight. Director Je-yong Lee dissects the Korean entertainment in this mockumentary by letting real actresses playing fictional versions of themselves.
10 December 2009 (South Korea)
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(2009) was made without a script, instead being filmed on a scene-by-scene basis with the actresses improvising their performances according to the given situation. E noted: "I provided the basis for conflict and the actresses took it from there. The six women represent Korean actresses as a whole, and instead of creating something fictional I thought it would be interesting to feature each actress' charms and show something real." The film includes a real-life confrontation between Go and Choi, with each admitting that their on-set relationship was strained, and Go saying that she felt envious of Choi's looks. See more