Heejung hopes to leave Daegu and transfers to a university in Seoul. She works at a ticket office for paddle boats to save up for her tuition. One day while she dozes off, someone attempts suicide. [18th Jeonju International Film Festival - Korean Competition]
The story follows two Bangalore cops as they investigate an old case. Anant Nag plays Muthanna, a retired inspector while Rishi is Shyam, a sub-inspector working in the Traffic Police. Their search leads them across trails that will put their wit, resolve and morals to the test.
Ruby wakes from a bad dream to find herself in a real life nightmare. Shes trapped in a basement, her legs are broken and she cant remember who she is or how she got there. Her kidnapper, Tom, tells her she will remain captive until she falls in love with him. Ruby is focused on trying to escape until Tom starts helping her to remember her past and she begins to question everything.
Soldier Ray Marrow (Zane Holtz) returns home after active duty in Syria when his wife is killed in a car accident. Meanwhile, 5-year-old son Lawrence Marrow (Azhy Robertson), who survived the accident, gets post-traumatic stress disorder and it begins to manifest in strange ways. The boy begins to show a supernatural knowledge of the disappearance of a young woman, causing Ray to be the target of a local gangster.
The family preparing for their grandfather’s ancestral offering, forget to buy bean sprouts. Like Abbas Kiarostami’s Where Is My Friend’s House, a girl gets lost on her way to market. She ends up in a house of an old man in a straw hat. That night on the ancestral offering table, she puts a sunflower she got from the old man.