A young woman on a temporary parole from prison meets a man who changes her life. Anna (Tang Wei) is a Chinese immigrant who is serving a seven-year sentence in a Washington state prison for the death of her husband (John Woo), who went into a jealous rage when she met her former boyfriend, Wang Jing (Jun Seong Kim). When Anna’s mother dies, she is given a 72-hour parole to attend the funeral. On her way to Seattle, Anna meets Hoon (Hyun Bin), a young Korean man on the run who borrows $30 from her to buy a train ticket and gives her his watch as collateral. When Anna and Hoon meet up again in Seattle and he shows up at her mother’s funeral, what is in store for the pair, and will Anna be able to return to the prison by her deadline? “Late Autumn” is a 2010 English-language South Korean film written and directed by Kim Tae Yong. The film was a co-production by South Korea, Hong Kong, China and the United States. It is the fourth remake of a classic 1966 melodrama by Lee Man Hee.