Wei and Ming both lose their loved ones on the same day to the same fateful accident. They find comfort and warmth in each other as they proceed to do the rituals and struggle to overcome their individual grievances.
On the same day, in the same accident, Wei loses his pregnant wife and Ming loses her fiancée. Days go on not feeling like days. The only thing that lets them know that time is still moving forward is the weekly seven-seventh ritual that they both go to, up in a mountain temple. It is only there that their paths cross. In a crowd of hundreds of mourners, Wei and Ming notice each other and recognize the pain within the other. Buddhist rituals give 100 days to mourn for the dead. On the 100th day, they travel up to the mountains again for the final ritual. After the last prayer, they meet again, finding both pain and comfort in the other person.
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