Rem is an ordinary woman in our world but, in the world of dreams, she becomes a dream warrior, defending humanity from the evils there. When dream demons reach the waking world, she fights them with the help of her pets which transform into a tiger and wolf.
Drupadi, a woman who hardly contains her longing, begins a long mythical journey to find her separated lover, Bima. In the midst of her exhaustion, just when she is about to rest, she heard a voice. Intrigued by the mysterious noise, she decides to track it down, and slowly found herself lost, deep into foreign places. There she is then founded and trifled by whimsical creatures. Little did she know, she has been herded to the other world, where she is then transformed and meet Bima, who has been preoccupied in a limbo.
Follows the central character from infant innocence to an ageless teenage persona, we witness the tussle between a 'family' descending into delirium as the special relationship between an aunt and her teenage nephew is upset by the arrival of two mysterious guests. Spanning four mealtimes, the film dips in and out of horror clichés, whilst exploring gender roles, wildlife, cooperation and individual expression.
In the Tearshed kingdom, King Weeper rules, which forbids laughter and merriment, because the biggest delicacy for him is people's tears. Uncle Tickleton, standing up to the king, amuses the kids and their parents, giving them hope. In spite of all the cunning of King Weeper and his henchmen, Uncle Tickleton defeats the villain, forcing him to die of laughter.
1596. Anne, a deaf girl, bullied by the maids and mistresses who look after her, finds solace when she comes across a magical tree: a portal to the present, where she meets Jo and Rachel, who help her overcome her disability in a way she could never have imagined.