Kay (Jennifer Yu) is a tough-as-nails investigative reporter who goes undercover at a home for the disabled based on a tip about staff abuse of the residents. She not only corroborates the frightening allegations but also discovers how disastrously flawed Hong Kong’s health care system is, especially for those who cannot care for themselves. However, after her story breaks she disovers uncomfortable truths she doesn’t want to face.
Based on real events, this hard-hitting exposé of systematic failure and institutionalized corruption is a clarion call for compassion and respect without prejudice. Yu delivers a striking performance, infusing her role with grit and vulnerability as she leads an equally stellar cast. Told with sobering candor, this gripping tale comments fiercely on social decay, where even journalists can be maligned as pariahs or scapegoats.