San Fernando Valley, California. As three actresses with near-death experience show up for an audition not knowing much about the project, the story starts writing itself. Rule of Circle is a short, non-fiction film. The film examines the significance of the circle as a symbol / archetype in human minds. The film is also an academic venture to question the relationship of various circular shapes used in different cultures, religions, and philosophies. Rule of Circle, in its concept, defers from traditional non-fiction films as the events actively originate from a given philosophical topic (the rule of circle) and a point in time (audition). Based on a monologue that he wrote, the writer/director, H. Kim attempts to translate his idea into a cinematic form while capturing the consequently derived events from the making of the film itself.