The tribal village gets misty in September, letting out an atmosphere as intriguing as Hayung's family in this autumn-winter season. After Hayung's homeland was occupied, one 80-year-old man devoted his whole life to worshipping GAGA. The traditions were forgotten by his descendants after his passing... The Hayung's family represented indigenous families in Taiwan. Each tribe represents a withering big family. The eldest son Pasang joins in the election campaign, neglecting the opposition from his family. The second son, who is a farmer, is thus affected. After the election campaign, the entire family is on the verge of falling apart, and the village witnesses the snow for the first time in a very long time... With snow melting, new lives emerge. The broken family has started mending and repairing...
In September, the tribal village becomes shrouded in mist, creating an atmosphere as mysterious as Hayung’s family during the autumn-winter season. Hayung’s homeland was once occupied, leading an 80-year-old man to dedicate his life to the worship of GAGA. However, after his passing, his descendants abandoned the traditions he had upheld for so long.
The Hayung family represents the indigenous families of Taiwan, with each tribe being a large, extended family. During an election campaign, the eldest son, Pasang, joins despite opposition from his family, causing turmoil that affects even the second son, a farmer. As the campaign progresses, the family begins to fall apart, and the village experiences snow for the first time in years.
Yet, as the snow melts, new life emerges, and the family begins to mend and repair the damage. This story showcases the struggles of a broken family and the power of new beginnings, set against the backdrop of a unique culture and changing seasons.