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A woman is transported into a world as strange and beautiful as her dreams in this fantasy. Singing (Nikki Hsin-Ying Hsieh), who comes from a family of poor shopkeepers, earns her living as a cleaning woman on a ferry that services a military base. Singing has a recurring dream in which she meets a handsome stranger who speaks in language she cannot understand, and one day on the ferry she meets Tsai Hsien-tsung (Bryan Chang), a soldier who resembles the man in her dreams. The soldier is immediately smitten with Singing, and when the power goes out on the ferry, the two are thrown into a strange netherworld where they sail to South America on a deserted vessel as Singing loses her heart to the military man. You Yi Tian (aka One Day) was the first feature film from Taiwan-based filmmaker Hou Chi-jan. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi