3 AM, Zhongzheng Road, Taipei. The traffic of a 24/7-society throbs through the metropolis in constant waves. Borded by a multi-lane through street with a big freeway towering above it, lies the night eatery „Little Plates with Rice“. Here Mr. Kuo and his wife Mrs. Lin cook for the city’s sleepless. They work at night and sleep through the days – trying to keep afloat.
Their eatery is a pit stop, a place of refuge, a warm bowl of rice. For taxi drivers, shop owners, the tattoo artist next door. For families and young lovers. For the street dog, still waiting for his owner’s return. One morning, riding back from the market, Mr. Kuo takes a different exit on the highway and embarks on a journey to the sea.
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