I saw it
SYNOPSIS: Down the streets, a young boy meets a crying girl and decides to help her. The mother of the girl arrives and asserts she has seen the boy molesting her daughter. Forced to follow them at the police station, he is accused by the girl herself of harassment and so he is somehow forced to pay a penalty to the mother to avoid incrimination. Released despite the threats of the couple, humiliated by their rip-off, the young boy starts to follow them: he spies them going shopping with his money, he watches them fooling another man with the same method and he begin to plan a revenge. But if you want to revenge something, timing is everything. On the background of a livid and emotionless Seoul, the short jumps into the current of “revenge” Korean movies: a shaky camera, a daily-life photography and a strong sense of realism in order to tell the story of a cruel humanity, ready to twist the reality in favour of cynical-self-interests.