Yeon-su, the police officer, is dispatched to an island and starts to witness strange situations. Yae-un, who lives in the island after she lost her parents when she was young, and the others´ behavior terrifies Yeon-su. Film director Park who constantly focused on stories related to human greed and collapse, deeply explores the guilt of human and the possibility of redemption again.
Police Officer Yeon-soo is dispatched to an island with her daughter after her divorce. She witnesses the strange relationship between orphan Ye-eun and the island workers. Everyone tries to settle the issue rapidly as they are busy getting ready for the national development project. Height of the Wave is Park Jungbum´s new film unfolding the happenings of a closed island village community. Unlike the TV drama, it features the guilt and greed between the characters. Human desire has always been explored in The Journals of Musan (2010) and Alive (2014). The moment when Yeon-soo’s daughter and Ye-eun hugs, it faces the tragic reality of humans with wounds. [LEE Sang-yong]
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