When the construction work began to build a second airport on the island, Yasmin, who had fled Yemen during the civil war, arrived on Jeju Island after traveling through several countries. The entry of Yemenis and their application for asylum had become a loud controversy in South Korea. We planned to collaborate on a film in the hopes of making her side of the story heard, but the project was canceled when she had to leave the island in a hurry. This film shows demonstrations against building the second airport in Jeju Island the performances of environmentalists very closely and in detail, by which it develops a desperate love story.
A love letter to cinema, to the land, to a friend that is far away. Love is what sustains the alienated subject. Love encourages an alternative to the story of modernity.