One of Chicago's most famous murder cases surrounded sister and brother Catherine and Andrew Suh, first-generation Korean Americans, who conspired against, shot and killed Catherine's former boyfriend. Over a decade later, director Iris Shim revisits the case and opens a Pandora's box of family secrets that reveal the murder to be anything but black and white. What emerges is a riveting and tragic portrait of a troubled family, which sheds light on the psychological complexity of cultural assimilation.
2010 Hamptons International Film Festival: Investigation Discovery Award for Excellence in Journalism
2010 San Diego Asian American Film Festival: Grand Jury Award
2010 Philadelphia Asian Film Festival: Best Documentary & Audience Award
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