This film is dedicated to the filmmaker’s grandmother’s house, Chang Chun. Similar to the fate of several old buildings in Taipei, Chang Chun was due to be demolished by the end of this year. Through interviews, buried memories float up, stories are formed, and realities are blended. Chang Chun is brought back to life in its earliest days; perhaps inaccurately, but it is the subjective reality that has stayed with the people, making it their living truth. Through collaborative family efforts, they explore the discrepancy between each other's memories, the challenges surrounding urban renewal, the concept of ephemerality, and most importantly
deeply engraved family experiences and emotions in the house. At the end, the family gives the house their most sincere thanks for providing them a home for over 30 years. If this house was a person, this film would be its farewell ceremony, preserving its last visage in this chapter of its life.