Produced by Taiwan’s Power Generation Entertainment and Shangri La Music, the film tells the story of a man who returns home to Penghu Island to open a bed & breakfast and look after his younger brother, but discovers that he faces losing the family home and property. Shu Qi plays a writer who turns up on the island to solve a mystery involving her mother.
Jen and Shu Qi are both Taiwanese actors who became famous working in the Hong Kong and mainland China film industries, but are finding more reasons to return home recently due to the recent production boom in Taiwan.
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