Pukulan MautThree young people with different backgrounds befriended since they became patients in a mental hospital.
Kay was a victim of domestic rift. His parents forced her to the mental hospital because she had nearly killed a young man who was her mom’s mistresses. Aldo frustrated because of his desire to be a musician hindered by his limitation: deafness. Joe, a former drug addict, suffered a nervous breakdown after the death of her best friend. Joe believed that his friend transformed into a bonsai cactus that was always carried wherever he went .
Initiated by Kay who is not insane, the three escape the hospital. On the run, they find the body of a woman with a suitcase full of money. Kay et al take the suitcase and leaves the dead woman.
They stay in a motel outside of town. Then a bunch of people pop up. Those people intend to take a suitcase of money. The people who act with no mercy, force Kay cs to defend themselves. Unexpectedly two men from other groups emerge and also intend to seize the money suitcase. The two groups attack each other.
The death toll is falling, included the motel owner, Aldo and Joe is also killed. Kay still persists and sneaks into the car of gang leader who manages to take a suitcase of money. The boss of the pack know where Kay, and orders to shot her.
The boss, who hears the voice of Kay, startles. Kay is his own child. MasahistaIliac is a 20-year old masseur in a massage parlor that caters to gay clientele. One ordinary night, a homosexual romance novel writer becomes Iliac's first customer for the day. But once outside the parolor, his current girlfriend, a bar girl who works in Japan, asserts her sexual dominion over him. Back home, his estranged father dies and as Iliac makes the trip to the province, he is faced with the reality of death, love, life, and survival. The masseur then carries out his defined duties and roles -- to his father and family, to his girlfriend, to his trade and to the one customer who has made him a favorite and seems to return for more.