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Eun-ju has a secret that has not been told to her husband. A peaceful day, a sudden phone call shakes their lives.
Eun-ju, the mother of a 1-year-old child, receives a phone call one day. With this one phone call, an incident that happened to Eun-ju nine years ago comes out in the open, and a subtle rift forms between the happy husband and wife and within the family. What could have been a big, stormy incident; passes like a mild fever, thanks to the deep trust and faith shared between the couple. The actors’ sophisticated performances, as well as the refined filmmaking that captures it, are truly excellent. (Kay KWAK)
PARK Sun-jooPARK Sun-joo
Born in 1987, PARK Sun-joo graduated from Konkuk University with a B.A. in film and is taking a master’s course of Film Department of Hanyang University. Graduation Trip was invited to the 38th Seoul Independent Film Festival, the 29th Busan International Short Film Festival and the 11th Mise-en-scène Short Film Festival and won a participation prize at the 6th Evergreen International Short Film Festival. She also directed several short films. Her recent work is February (2017).