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
Vietnamese, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, English, Malay
2020, 104 min