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This film is based on a true event. Ji-hyun, a nurse, comes to know that the physician in her hospital uses anesthetic to take advantages of female patients. At first all the other nurses shed doubtful looks at her. Then she convinces other nurses to install a surveillance camera in a hidden place. Finally, everyone finds out what happens in the hospital, but no one stands out.
Ji-hyun, a new nurse, witnesses Mr. Park, director of the hospital, sexually abuse a patient who came in for endoscope under conscious sedation by injecting anesthetics. She and her coworkers install a hidden camera and find out that sexual abuses take place on regular basis. However, reporting on it is made difficult with opposition from her coworkers as well as the victims. The film, based on a real incident, dramatically shows a situation in which righteousness and virtue lose their ways due to an incident’s complexity. Ji-hyun saw everything but cannot punish the abuser. Her helplessness is cruel, but having to watch Jihyun make a decision in order to free herself, is even crueler. (KIM Hyeyoung)
KIM Souk-youngKIM Souk-young
Born in 1984. She graduated from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in 2009 after studied in Japanese and Philosophy and currently majors in Film in School of Film, TV & Multimedia at Korea National University of Arts.