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One of the world’s most profitable companies, Samsung, wields extraordinary economic and political power in South Korea. Challenging this powerhouse of industry is a taxi driver, Mr Hwang, who believes his daughter died because she was exposed to deadly toxic chemicals at a Samsung semi-conductor factory where she worked. Yumi is one of an estimated 59 people who have died after working at Samsung factories in South Korea, with more than 150 people suffering debilitating diseases. Mr Hwang leads the fight for justice against Samsung in this very emotional journey of a grieving father dealing with the loss of his daughter.
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