A GIRL OUT OF THE COUNTRY
Raised in a rural area, Feng (popular Taiwanese actress Jean Kao) defies her grandmother''s objections and runs away to Taipei to become a singer, only to be trafficked as a prostitute in Japan. Years later, upon returning to Taiwan, she discovers her elderly grandmother suffering from dementia. Consumed by guilt, Feng avoids going home and resumes her old profession in a brothel, secretly sending money back to redeem herself. She resigns herself to this life for fifteen years. Meanwhile, her younger brother Ming, now a grown-up police officer, searches for his sister in Taipei. Expecting to find a successful singer, he instead finds her as a prostitute who refuses to acknowledge him. The inner turmoil of both siblings takes a turn when an underage girl is sold to the brothel...