At one point in this film, three youngsters lost in the countryside wait at a railway station called "Buddha Mountain" for a train without knowing if any will ever come. Alienated by society and their families, they move together into the home of a retired Peking opera performer. The carefree tenants and rigid landlady expose not only their conflicting lifestyles but also everyone's painful past. They gradually learn to embrace and find strength in each other despite divisions. On a trip to a remote village, a monk asks for their help to rebuild a temple among ruins from the 2008 Schechuan earthquake. The labor turns into a ritual for them to move on. This reunion of China's prominent female filmmaker Li Yu and the iconic star Fan Bingbing after Lost in Beijing is graced by Taiwan's cinematic treasure Sylvia Chang. With an exuberant and haunting story, she inquires how individuals reconstruct their inner selves facing impermanence in all forms.