At her dad’s funeral, Kyungun meets her uncle Jaemin, a complete stranger. He bilks her father’s insurance money. She demands her money back, but he unashamedly refuses. To get her money back, she joins his next scam.
14-year-old Kyungun meets her uncle Jaemin for the first time at her father’s funeral. Jaemin, who can’t be mistaken for anything but a swindler, takes all the insurance money left to Kyungun only to lose it all. To get her money back, Kyungun joins his next scam aimed at the local pharmacist and pretends to be his daughter. As they jump out of the frying-pan into the fire in a series of comical situations, a child who seems like an adult and an adult who seems like a child come to rely on each other in their struggle through the lonely world. Director Kim Inseon calmly portrays the development of the relationship between the two without any exaggeration, and succeeds in drawing us in. Their misunderstanding towards each other turns into a mutual understanding. The two leading actors strike a calm balance through their performance. [LEE Sang-yong]
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