A Day with My Son
|A Day with My Son|
|Directed by||Jang Jin|
|Music by||Lee Byung-woo|
|Distributed by||Art Service Korea|
|Running time||109 minutes|
Lee Gang Sik (Cha Seung-won) is serving a life sentence for murder. For the last 15 years, he has been on his best behavior, and now his wish has finally come true. Gang Sik has been granted a one-day leave to visit his family, and as the day draws closer and closer, he is overcome with both excitement and nervousness. There is so much he wants to say to his teenaged son (Ryu Deok-hwan), whom he hasn't seen since incarceration, but the feeling isn't exactly reciprocated. Forced to grow up at an early age, his son has had a tough life, taking care of his elderly grandmother on his own, and in his eyes, he sees not a father, but a stranger, a criminal. How can Gang Sik make up for 15 years with just one day's time?
But the father’s genuine feelings gradually open his son’s heart. To enjoy every second given to them, the father and son hang out together at night until they must once again part ways...
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- A Day with My Son at the Internet Movie Database
- A Day with My Son at the Korean Movie Database
- A Day with My Son at HanCinema
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