Moon on the Snow | 2006
The emotional liberation of three siblings, whose lives have been deeply affected by the tragic death of their father. On a wintry weekend, three young adults reunite at their family house lost among snowy fields. They have to decide the fate of their terminal mother, and doing so is influenced by whether or not they blame her for their father's death years ago. Compelled to recall the tragic accident, which has long been concealed, each of them recounts the events surrounding it but their versions contradict one another and at last reveal their own feelings of responsibility for their father's loss. At the weekend's close, finding themselves redeemed from the guilt that has oppressed them for 25 years, they are able to liberate their mother from her pain.