Director: He Shuming
Country: Singapore, South Korea
Running Time: 90 minutes
Producer: Anthony Chen, Lee Joonhan, Huang Wenhong
Starring: Hong Huifang, Jung Dong-Hwan, Kang Hyung Suk, Shane Pow
A middle-aged widowed Singaporean woman named Auntie has spent the majority of her life providing for her family. As her adult son Sam becomes more independent, she is left to deal with a completely new identity outside of her roles as a daughter, wife and mother.
A solo vacation to Korea turns into a wild adventure when she meets Jung Su, an elderly security officer, and Kwon-Woo, a teenage tour guide who can't seem to get his life
together. The trio embark on an unexpected roller coaster ride where hearts flutter and unlikely bonds are formed.
He Shuming is a writer-director from Singapore. He was educated at the Puttnam School of Film and Animation, LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore and then at the American Film Institute Conservatory (AFI), where he completed his MFA in directing. “Ajoomma” is his debut feature film. Most recently, he was conferred the Young Artist Award by the National Arts Council, one of the most distinguished honors for art in Singapore.