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. MagkapatidLiza was married at an early age, with a jobless husband, Mike, their family survives through the support of what her sister gives her. Cita, Liza's sister, is a well renowned doctor who has everything, so giving support to her sister and her family is nothing for her, she even bought them a house across theirs so that their families could spend the years with each other.
Liza and Mike has two kids, Marco and Miguel while Cita and her husband Bobby has one named Justin. Tragedy struck when Cita's only son Justin and Liza's son Marco drowned on a trip. Cita blamed Liza for the accident because she failed to keep her word of taking care of her son. Not knowing how to deal with the accident, Cita's life slowly fell apart; her husband left her and her relationship with her sister only worsened.
Liza, with a broken relationship with their family supporter, struggles on how to keep her family alive. Eventually her son got sick and in order to keep her son alive, she agreed with the deal to let her sister keep his son in exchange for the one Cita lost.
In the end, the sisters reconciled and resolved the past that pushed them apart of each other.