Documentary style shocker as reporter investigates a mystery involving enslaved disabled salt farm workers on a remote island…. With No Tomorrow , writer director Lee Ji-seung explores a shocking real life case which happened in Korea in involving enslaved disabled salt farm workers on a remote island in Jeolla Province. The film follows Park as a journalist called Hae-ri, who travels with colleague and cameraman Seok-hoon Lee Hyun-wook, The Target to a far-off island to investigate the case of the reported enslavement of a disabled man Bae Sung-woo, Inside Men. Deciding to go undercover, the two pose as documentary filmmakers shooting a film about the salt trade and start to poke around, interviewing the farmers about their labour practices. However, they eventually overstep their mark, and the locals start to suspect why the two are really on the island, leading to hostility and aggression. Though not exactly boring, the film might well lose a few viewers during these stages, as it really does take a while to get anywhere, either as a crime drama or piece of social commentary.
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Hye Ri, a TV reporter, decides to cover the story about a disabled run-away modern slave. She learns of suspicious activity related to slavery at salt mines on a remote island and convinces her cameraman to accompany her to the site. She disguises herself as a producer for a documentary on salt mines and attempts to gather information through interviewing people of the island.