Dir: Nam-Seop Hyeon|Korea|2002|91 mins|15
A young woman forced into retirement from her star volleyball career and marriage after she becomes pregnant, leads an ordinary and unfulfilling life. Things begin to change when her childish but kind and loving husband, is kidnapped after his first day in a new job. She receives a phone call telling her that he got drunk in a bar on the bad side of town and his captors aren't letting him go until she pays the huge bill that he owes. Added to that, her in-laws are showing up at 5am and she has to get everything back in order, cook and clean. It's a race against time as she tries to set right all the things that are going wrong.
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