Delivery man Dong-soo has a tic disorder that causes him to say inappropriate words he doesn't mean. Online novelist Ye-ri has closed herself in her apartment ever since her sibling's death. Twice a week, Dong-soo makes deliveries to Ye-ri and they develop a quiet bond, talking about things they've never told anyone else. Ye-ri reveals that it was her late sibling's wish to see a sea without water, and Dong-soo decides to fulfill that wish for her.
Directed by Jin Seung Hyun, the curiously titled indie drama July 32nd is inspired by the short story "Full Moon" by acclaimed writer Ko Un. Screened at the 2008 Fukuoka Film Festival and the 2008 Shanghai Film Festival, the film depicts the tumultuous relationship of a killer and his daughter, whose lives are upturned on July 31, 1987. Pursued by the police, he leaves his five-year-old daughter in someone else's care, promising to pick her up the next day. But the next day never comes because he soon gets arrested. Years later, the abandoned daughter has grown up, and the waiting has turned into the longing for revenge.
After a series of pipe dream ventures go belly up, retired pro soccer player Kim Won-kang happens to visit East Timor, where he finds children playing the game barefoot on rocky pitches. Sensing a new business opportunity on finding the country doesn't have a single sporting goods store, he embarks on a scheme to get rich quick by purveying athletic shoes to the unshod youngsters. Sadly, no one there can afford to pay $60 for a pair of shoes, even on a generous installment plan, and before he knows it, he is reduced to coaching a team of ragged 10-year-olds and prospects are looking grim. Written by Palm Springs Internation Film Festival
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