Black and white spheres stimulate Grace Jones to eat sausages and catch the man in the box playing with his excrements. It’s a strive for harmony and yet everything is in a state of rejection. An endless struggle of good versus evil. In the end everyone has to go into purgatory.
Cheol-Min (Jung Woo-Sung) is known around town as “mutt boy”. His mother died when he was young and he lives with his father (Kim Kap-Soo), who is the chief detective in town. Cheol-Min stopped going to high school and just spends his days watching TV, arguing with his father and doing housework.
An elderly couple, the Lovgrens, are murdered at their isolated farmstead and Mrs. Lovgren’s last word to Wallander seems to be “Foreigners.” When this is leaked to the press a migrant labourers’ camp is torched and a foreign worker shot by anonymous right wing vigilantes.
Two travellers are in search of a flying-craft, which one of them thinks is made by a mad engineer whom he recollects from his childhood. They believe that if they can find the craft it could possibly take them to the ultimate escape from the cycle of births.
Dubbed as Asia’s Diva, Dulce is undoubtedly one of the most famous and in-demand OPM singers back in the ‘70s. Famed for her rendition of Ako Ang Nasawi, Ako Ang Nagwagi, Dulce instantly became a singing sensation, locally and abroad.
When Song Qi stumbles upon her boyfriend’s affair with her best friend, her life quickly starts falling apart and she is subsequently drawn into a quicksand of revenge and murder. Though all is not as it seems and Song Qi will have to embark on a twisted journey into her past.