DIRTY HANDS at the Roxie Theatre in SF

DIRTY HANDS directed by Harry Kim opens May 21st at the Roxie Theatre.


Street artist, petty thief, porn illustrator, born-again Christian, corporate shill—these are a few of the complex sides of artist David Choe as portrayed in DIRTY HANDS. 2009 SFIAAFF alum Harry Kim met David Choe at a Korean-American summer camp and with Choe’s brother Jimmy founded the band KGB—Koreans Gone Bad. Harry, often acting as a one-man film crew, followed subject Choe around the globe for seven years for his feature documentary debut DIRTY HANDS, which is 93 minutes and is not MPAA rated.

Directed by Harry Kim
Opens May 21 at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco
Harry Kim will do Q&A after all evening performances on Fri, May 21 and Sat, May 22