'Jiwon', highly motivated new policewoman, meets 'Osun', a mysterious lady, and Jiwon gets interested in her. 'Osun' is a social worker and she has strong attachment to abused children and ...
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'Jiwon', highly motivated new policewoman, meets 'Osun', a mysterious lady, and Jiwon gets interested in her. 'Osun' is a social worker and she has strong attachment to abused children and tries to help them, but the wall of harsh reality is too high. On a hot summer day, the message from a kidnapper was spread by media and this case becomes a national concern immediately. And 'Jiwon' doubts correlation between this case and 'Osun'. Suddenly, when a death case occurs in police region and the daughter of the dead, 'Bora', disappears, 'Jiwon' gets to know that 'Bora' was the abused child who was under responsibility of 'Osun' When 'Jiwon' realizes that 'Bora' and 'Osun' disappeared together, 'Jiwon' decides to find 'Osun'
The story was pretty limited and also really predictable. I felt like dropping it in half way, it was too boring .But just couldn't help watching to see how it ends. It all about the lady police is being criticized over her gender, crimes evolving women and the welfare lady being too involved with a child, even she invaded her house several times. Really! Who cares that much? What happend in the end doesn't make sense:). But the message that the movie wants to convey through this movie is so heartbreaking.
I really don't know about the Korean law but if it is true what was said in this movie then it's a sick law. How can a child can be sent to his/her parents if they are abusive and doesn't matter if they beat his/her till dead. I don't know is it true or the movie is exaggerating it.
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