On April 16th, 2014, the Sewol Ferry sank in South Korea, taking with it the lives of 304 of its 476 passengers. South Korea's worst maritime disaster traumatized a nation while simultaneously sinking the country's emotional spirit. The film "Reset" asks why the rescue of Korea's children and people was neglected on the fateful day the Sewol sank. "Reset" investigates the momentous sinking of the Sewol Ferry off the coast of South Korea. The film will communicate that this was not a typical accident, but something that could have been prevented. Suspicion surrounds the sinking of the Sewol, including neglected rescue efforts from the Korean coast guard and other Korean governments authorities. Six years have passed since the disaster and we still do not know what caused this incident and why the 304 victims were not rescued.