Ching Mei’s hands have been roughened by years of hardship. As a Chinese mainlander in Taiwan, she works long hours at home as an unauthorized masseur to feed her two sons and sick husband. All this could change with a job opening at a public service center. These hands have waited a long time.
One day in the changeable weather in April, four passengers are riding in a taxi. Acting as if they were strangers, they are actually siblings and are on the way to visit their mother. The atmosphere in the car changes as they get close to the destination.
Huan, a nurse who finds herself stuck in her current job and a dying long distance relationship, meets Mr. CHANG, a cancer patient who is trying to find the family he abandoned before it's too late. An undelivered letter brings the two together and provides an unexpected solution to their problems.
From morning to evening, Yuki and Atsuko play a trivial "Choice" game. They look young, beautiful, delicate and moving in their appearance. But in fact, with respect to life and love, they have already lost their rights to choose.
"I have met no spirits here, but I have my story to tell." "Running Stitch: Bangkok" is a local image experiment focusing on heterogeneous fields which belong to the border of urban areas, eventually a fantastic journey.