A young wealthy businessman's icy attitude toward his working-class background is about to thaw as he is forced to reconnect with his elderly father and mentally challenged younger brother, who together run a public bathhouse.
The soul of a killer named Tabei dies then is summoned back from the Bardo (an intermediate place between life and rebirth in Tibetan Buddhism) by monks and given a mission to deliver a sacred object to an unknown destination. During the journey to deliver the object, Tabei is being tracked as the target for a revenge killing in a generational familial feud that preceded his birth. Along way, many interesting characters are introduced into the story, including a young woman named Chung, a orphaned mute boy whom is given the name "Pu," an assortment of Tibetan cowboys some of whom are villians intent upon taking custody the sacred object for their boss "by any means" and another whose intentions remain mysterious.
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