Korean-American Andrew Suh narrates this in-depth documentary made by his friend, filmmaker Iris Shim, about Suh's infamous 1993 Chicago killing of his sister Catherine's boyfriend at her behest. Through interviews and archival footage, a probing portrait goes beyond the crime to examine cultural assimilation, Korean family values and responsibilities, and the Suh's strict upbringing, to uncover why such promising young people would conspire to commit murder. 92 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English and Korean; Subtitles: English; deleted scenes; interviews; bonus footage; photo gallery; theatrical trailer. In English and Korean with English subtitles.