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When the police refuse to investigate their daughter’s alleged suicide, two computer-illiterate parents decide to design a protest banner.

This film is in the Narrative Short Competition.

This film contains content that may be triggering to some viewers. To view a full list of trigger warnings, visit the following link (these warnings may contain spoilers): https://airtable.com/shriAkJ0UGrg5HKep


After graduating NYU with a degree in film production, Jayil has worked as a director and editor of commercials, music videos, and short films in both the US and South Korea. His directorial work has screened and garnered awards in many prominent film festivals including Seattle, Jeonju and Montreal. His short film Pepper (2018) was shortlisted by the Lexus Short Films competition and won the Grand Jury Award for Best Short Film at the Richmond International Film Festival. In 2019, Jayil was a recipient of the Independent Film Production Grant by the Korean Film Council and the Merit of Excellence by the Shin Young Kyun Arts & Culture Foundation. His latest project Georgia (2020) received the Sonje Award for Best Short Film at the Busan International Film Festival and was nominated for a Blue Dragon Award.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    29 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    South Korea
  • Director
    Jayil Pak
  • Screenwriter
    Jayil Pak
  • Producer
    Boram Kang
  • Cast
    Lee Yang Hee, Lee Chae Kyung, Kim Kyu Nam, Hong Seon Woo, Kim Hyeon Jin, Yoon Kyung Ho, Yoon Hyun Gil, Kim Chae Won, Jeon Gwang Jin, Lee Min Hyuk, Oh Ji Min, Wesley Cho, Kim Da Eun, Na Ho Won