Fix Me

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A broken Woman is cleaning her house when she finds a pair of old shoes in disrepair. The shoes are a direct reflection of her current state and she decides to get them fixed. After entrusting a unique, mute cobbler with repairing her precious shoes, she tours the shop and discovers an old photo with a kid. While she waits, Woman imagines the boy’s story and his connection to the shop’s history.

Directed by Woonyea Han (South Korea)

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