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Young-nam was a promising graduate of the police academy before she was transferred to the small seaside village, as a result of misconduct. On her first day in the village, she encounters Dohee, a girl living in the town with a gloomy looking face. As Young-nam tries to acclimate to her new surroundings, Dohee's grandma died in a car accident. To protect the girl from her stepfather's abuse, Young-nam lets Dohee stay at her place, but things become more mysterious as she gets to know her.Written by
Cannes Film Festival
So you can beat up a kid that's not yours and get away with it . In front of the so called chief of police ??
Some many continuity errors in just 30 minutes it's ridiculous. A glaring example is the mysterious cups of tea (maybe) that appear from nowhere when the chief goes to see the top police in his office.
Unrealistic soap drama at best.
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