For three ladies working at a big company called “Samjin” in Seoul, their dream has always been to become hard-working, respected career women. Nevertheless, despite working 8 years at the company, they don’t receive the respect and work they deserve, being given only household works such as cleaning and making coffee for their male counterparts. Ja-Young, Yoo-Na, and Bo-Ram believe they’ll be allocated “real” work once they pass an English test that’s required for a promotion. However, when Ja-Young goes on an on-site visit to the company’s factory, she witnesses a gush of factory wastewater contaminating the water of the town. She contemplates whether to report this incident to her supervisors, and eventually does report it to the manager. However, the company tries to hide and cover up the incident. Thus, Ja-Young, Yoo-Na, and Bo-Ram tries to find evidence of the contamination, and get to the bottom of the incident.
Ticket Price Value: $11
(Ticket Price Value is the price I would pay to watch the film again for the first time)
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