Maggi and Chunhee lived for 45 years under one roof as the wives of one man. Now they are old and approaching the end of their extraordinary intertwined lives. The film follows the two women during their daily life in the Korean countryside. It intensively captures their intimate and very special relationship, one in which they share night and day side by side. It is not always an easy life, but it is always marked by deep respect and love, and the extraordinary humor of both of them.
Park Hyuck-jee began to work as a documentary director since 1997, and is now a veteran with over 16 years of experience. He founded Hiharbor Production in 2004, and directed more than 50 documentaries that have been broadcast by 3 major Korean broadcasters, KBS, MBC, and SBS. He mainly directs observational character-driven documentaries. He is a member of KIPDA (Korean Independent Producer & Director Association) and the Asia Documentary Network.
Selected: The Shadow Mother (2009), An Old Friend in the Ardennes (2010), Incan Girl on the Salt Farm (2011), A Himalayan Boy, Dreaming of Flying (2011)