Dirty Hands chronicles the life and career of David Choe from 2000 to 2007 as documented by his close friend and director, Harry Kim. The documentary reveals the highs and lows involved in the upwards trajectory of David's career using the same "no holds barred" style that makes his artwork so unique and sought-after. Ultimately, the film unveils a explicit yet personal story of the trials of a succeeding talent, inspirational to any artist.
Originally, the "Dirty Hands" documentary premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival to multiple sold-out screenings and went on to win the Best Documentary award at the San Diego Asian Film Festival. It was also featured as the closing film at the MoMA's "All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film" documentary series. It is now available on DVD for the first time ever through Upper Playground.
The double-disc DVD will be available for pre-sale starting July 12th at Upper Playground's online store preceding it's official release on July 18th. 121 of David Choe's 'Munko' vinyl figures will be given away randomly to anybody who purchases a DVD during the pre-sale. The double-disc DVD-set features over 3 hours of bonus footage not included in the film.