|Revised Romanization||Siljae Sanghwang|
|Directed by||Kim Ki-duk|
|Produced by||Harry Lee
|Written by||Kim Ki-duk|
|Music by||Jeon Sang-yun|
|Edited by||Kyeong Min-ho|
|Distributed by||Shin Seung-soo Productions|
|Running time||82 minutes|
Real Fiction (Hangul: 실제 상황; RR: Silje Sanghwang; lit. "State of Reality") is a 2000 crime-drama film from South Korean director Kim Ki-duk. It stars Joo Jin-mo, Kim Jin-ah and Son Min-seok. It was shot entirely in real-time, with no retakes, on a mixture of low quality video and purposefully "dirtied" film. The film was entered into the 23rd Moscow International Film Festival.
Real Fiction follows a South Korean artist as he systematically seeks out, and then kills his real or imagined enemies.
- "23rd Moscow International Film Festival (2001)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-03-30.
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