Examining the personal side of immigration and the struggle of maintaining an identity in a foreign land, In Between Days follows Aimie, a teen recently emigrated from Korea to Canada who has fallen in love with her best and only friend, Tran. She tries to express her feelings but is scared of damaging their friendship, and this delicate relationship is challenged by the demands of living in a new country. Then Aimie—played with a quiet intensity by Jiseon Kim in an impressive debut performance—begins to lose Tran to an Americanized Korean girl. “In Between Days reveals a visual director at work. With precise cinematography, So Yong Kim makes every moment count, using each shot to relate a piece of the story” (Trevor Groth, Sundance Film Festival). 2006, U.S., video, 82 minutes.