Hyun-joo, a daughter of a North Korean defector, is a stateless. Without an ID, she can’t go to school nor do anything ordinary that a teenager would do. Being unable to even attend her favorite idol’s fan meeting, Hyun-joo decides to borrow Joo-hee’s identity in exchange for taking a proxy exam.
The deep emotions running through this film arise from the fear that we may never belong anywhere. Choi and Park find themselves in an uneasy relationship where they must rely on each other. Choi’s anxiety stems from the impossibility of proving her own existence. Therefore, her anxiety provides the reason for her claim that she does not mind being Park. In the twilight by the Han River, her existence comes face to face to her name. [CHI Seunghak]
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