In February 2017, Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, was poisoned as he waited to board a plane in Malaysia. Two women, who assumed they were participating in a prank for television, sprayed him with a deadly nerve agent and he died within minutes. This film investigates the assassination plot, likely ordered by his half-brother, and follows the women’s trials, convictions, and eventual release from prison.


Critics’ Choice Documentary Award Nominee
Stolkholm Film Festival Best Documentary Nominee


Ryan White


Vietnamese | Indonesian | Japanese | Korean | English | Malay

Film Details

2020, Japan, 104 min