In a small room in downtown Taipei, Zih-Gang is accompanied by his TV, tablet and utensils filled with water after he lost his sheltered workshop job. He does not allow his family to enter the room and to take away his belongings. There is only one sliding wall that separates Zih-Gang and his mother, Mei-Huei. The two rooms are connected, yet the link between the two spaces could be blocked anytime.
From the perspective of Zih-Gang, freedom is the power to safeguard his kingdom. But for Mei-Huei, freedom is the state of being far away from home. Two opposing forces are gradually tearing apart the two deeply connected, inseparable people.
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