Abandoned by his mother in a small, foreign town, 8-year-old Ollie makes an unlikely connection when he discovers strange lights in his backyard.
Recipient of the Spike Lee Film Production Grant and the Clive Davis Award for Excellence in Music in Film
Jae Lee has spent most of his life under the watch of his stoic father, Haneul. Working long hours at their small family store, Jae hasn't had the typical teenage life. His only solace is the bike rides he takes around the city making deliveries. Jae can't wait to turn eighteen and get out on his own, and when he is invited to his crush's party on the eve of his birthday, he starts to believe that things are about to change. Torn between obeying his father and finally taking a stand, his decision will force him to grow up in ways he never expected.
Gen Art Film Festival 2011 - Audience Award
First Run Film Festival 2011 - Audience Award - Acting Award for Daniel Park - Original Score Award
Asian American International Film Festival of New York 2011
Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival of 2011
Korean American Film Festival New York 2012