The Day I Died: Unclosed Case (2020)


On the night a typhoon passed by, a girl who was under watch by the authorities on an island jumped off a cliff, leaving only a suicide note behind. In order to close the case as a death-by-suicide, Detective Hyun-Soo, who’s returning to work after a long hiatus, heads to the island. The former cop who was in charge of protecting the girl can’t be contacted, and so she meets with the last witness that saw the girl and starts tracking the now-deceased girl’s final traces. As she undergoes her investigation, she sees and empathizes with all the pain the girl must’ve faced, and as she continues to dig deeper into the case, she realizes how similar the girl was to her. With all that she learns about the incident, she starts to think there’s more to the story than just a mere suicide.


Ticket Price Value: $10

(Ticket Price Value is the price I would pay to watch the film again for the first time)

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2 thoughts on “The Day I Died: Unclosed Case (2020)”

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  2. I love this movie, it came to me at a right time, so, I could totally relate. The story has parallel themes and as it is with our life – and that was very uplifting. Appreciate the pace, the unfolding of the story telling and KIM HYE SUN’s characterization growth. It is simple yet rich with so many reflective moments. Life is indeed LONGER THAN YOU THINK… so be gentle with yourself. The essence of this film has given me something quite previous – an insight that I will treasure.

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