One of the running gags on Arrested Development was the line “I’ve made a huge mistake”.
You can almost see the thought bubble over this baserunner’s head saying the same thing on this play:
The ball gets by the first baseman. The runner’s instincts are to try and get another base. But, the catcher is in the right place at the right time. He throws the ball back to first to nail the runner.
7.08 Any runner is out when—
(j) He fails to return at once to first base after overrunning or oversliding that base. If he attempts to run to second he is out when tagged. If, after overrunning or oversliding first base he starts toward the dugout, or toward his position, and fails to return to first base at once, he is out, on appeal, when he or the base is tagged;
Notice the rule specifically states he has to attempt to run to second. A turn towards second is not an attempt. A player can turn left and still be safe when tagged.
In this instance the attempt is pretty clear cut. Heads up play by the defense.
Page 44 of RuleGraphics covers this play.