In Malaysia, a young male is allegedly suicidal while in his room. Having nothing but time to kill, he draws up a masterplan blueprint. Tying up the heavy loose ends with constructive thinking, he is found hanging by his neck. The weight of world on his shoulders is too strong to bare.

The grief-stricken mother works up a sweat hoisting son’s feet off the ground. The boy’s father rubs water on the woman from behind sparingly. Ineffective at removing son out of the noose, her whole being snaps-mentally then falls-psychically. Her mind weighs heavy with the death of her son. The hardest part of letting go is her saying goodbye. To the son the easiest part of saying goodbye is letting go.

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