Tsog, a teenage boy from Mongolia, sells milk in the capital, Ulaanbaatar. When he is back in his village, he tries to flee the quarrels at home. His hero is a young monk who, legend has it, was persecuted because he found out how to fly. Tsog recreates his hero's adventures in a home-made flip book cartoon.
One day, Tsog decides to camp out on the roof of a block of flats. A young woman who is just as dissatisfied with her lot as Tsog lives opposite – but she doesn't dare to fly. Tsog incorporates her into his dreams, although he daren't actually approach her. Nevertheless, he tries to make contact using a stolen remote control and his skill at drawing.
"The story is a metaphor for the changes taking place in Mongolia."
Cast: Baasandorj Enkhtaivan, Bayarmaa Nergui, Ganbaatar Chagnaadorj
Screenplay: Byamba Sakhya
Director of Photography: Charles Libin
Film Editor: Byamba Sakhya, Naomi Spirio
Composer: Sansar Sangidorj
Production Designer: Ariunsaikhan Davaakhuu
Costume Design: Battsengel Erdenebat
Sound: Abigail Savage
Producer: Ariuuna Tserenpil
Production Company: Guru Media
Co-Producer: Heino Deckert
World Sales: Deckert Distribution
Director: Byamba Sakhya