A woman living alone in a city captures a heavenly visitor on Earth in hopes that it might fall in love. Inspired by the Korean folktale "The Woodcutter and the Nymph."
Lee Isaac Chung is an award-winning writer and director based in New York. His first film, Munyurangabo, premiered at Cannes, and his second film, Lucky Life, premiered in competition at the Tribeca... more»
Samuel Gray Anderson is a New York-based writer and filmmaker. He co-wrote and co-produced Munyurangabo and co-wrote and produced Lucky Life, both directed by Lee Isaac Chung. Abigail Harm is their... more»
Eugene Suen is a filmmaker and curator. Raised in Taipei and Chicago, Eugene is a member of Almond Tree Films and co-directs the Reel Spirituality Institute for Moving Images in California.
"After meeting Amanda Plummer, I wanted to create a role that would let her take an audience for a ride; a folktale set in a modern urban environment seemed best."