In February 2017, Kim Jong-nam, the eldest son of the late North Korean ruler Kim Jong-il, and half-brother to the current Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, died after being exposed to a lethal nerve agent in a Malaysian airport. His assassins were caught on security cameras: two young women, one from Indonesia, the other from Vietnam, who both claim they were unwitting pawns. Filmmaker Ryan White (The Keepers) explores this puzzling murder case, delving into the lives of both women, and unpacking the bizarre story they claim demonstrates their innocence.
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Director: Ryan White
Executive Producer: Doug Bock Clark, Dan Cogan, Geralyn White Dreyfous
Producer: Jessica Hargrave, Ryan White
Cinematographer: John Benam
Editor: Helen Kearns
Music: Blake Neely
Language: English, Vietnamese
Publicist: Sunshine Sachs
US Distributor: Greenwich Entertainment