In New York, Min is suffering from writer's block, depression and hallucinations. On the opposite side of the world, in Singapore, her adult daughter Renée, left there years ago by Min, struggles with existential questions. The young artist makes her failed marriage central to her new project, while almost drowning in suicidal thoughts and loneliness. In this drama, the two estranged women try to stay afloat, with varying degrees of success.
Artist and director John Clang uses a variety of visualisations and filters to depict the women's mental battles. He switches from grey and sepia to hyperrealistic mobile phone footage when the perspective changes. Various filters are used to express feelings, reality or hallucinations. Linking literal and metaphoric distances, realities and figments of the imagination while the women seem to lose their grip on life by the day.