When parents use their children like pawns in a chess match, they suffer in silence, blocks of frustrations steadily building steadily in their mind.
Young Xiao Nan comes home to a house that has been robbed. It lies a broken mess, a reflection of the state of his family.
Alone, he strolls through the remnants left, tattered objects bring to mind terrible memories better left forgotten.
He’s a powder keg ready to blow, and there’s only one way to escape it all.