Kimbap is an independent production that tells the story of a Korean goose family in Auckland, New Zealand and how a small act goes a long way towards inclusion and integration.
KIMBAP can be the story of any migrant community. A tale of isolation and loneliness; of food and culture; of love and kindness.
Ae Sook and her daughter Eun Mi live in Auckland. They are a goose family where the father is back working in South Korea and the mother and children live in a Western country to get an English education. Mother and daughter live in their little bubble. Ae Sook cooks Korean foods for a living and Eun Mi goes to school. It is an isolated, lonely life but they are as happy as can be. Until a neighbour shatters their fragile existence.