In this breathtaking revenge thriller, a part-time TGIF server named “Freddie” Pil-ju (Lee Sung-min), in his 80s and suffering from alzheimer’s disease, embarks on a long-awaited vengeance plot against pro-Japanese Imperialism collaborators that led to his family’s death decades before. Recruiting his young work bestie “Jason” In-kyu (Nam Joo-huck) as a driver, he sets off with five names tattooed on his fingers and an ancient pistol. But it is not long before Jason catches on to what Freddie is up to, and the pair find themselves on the run from the police. With his health declining and his memory fading fast, Freddie must use all of his wiles to outwit the cops and complete his mission at all costs.
An adaptation of the 2015 German film REMEMBER, director Il-Hyung Lee hones in on the trauma felt by the last remaining survivors of the Japanese occupation of Korea, in a moving story of grief, loss, and betrayal wrapped inside an action-packed thrill ride.