Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Bundled director Singing Chen crafts with this multi-character drama concerning intersecting lives in contemporary Taiwan. Ching (Tracy Su) is a hand model locked in the throes of post-partum depression, and her marriage to husband A Xiong (Chang Han) hasn't been going well as of late. As the couple wages a noble battle to salvage their failing union, Niu Jiao (Jack Gao) fixes statues of Buddhist deities and drives them to local religious celebrations to the delight of reverent worshippers across Thailand. Meanwhile, young runaway Xian (Jonathan Chang) attempts to support himself by stealing and winning various eating competitions, and aboriginal carver Biung does his best to avoid the bottle as his fierce daughter Savi prepares to study kickboxing in Taiwan. As each of these characters valiantly battle to stabilize their turbulent lives, their paths begin to cross in a series of curious ways.