During the Yuan Dynasty (A.D.1271-1368), there were 100 monks living in the Hundred-Monk Temple of Pingyang County, Wenzhou City of Zhejiang Province, China. They worked hard and practiced Buddhism sincerely. Unfortunately, a terrible earthquake shook the region. The temple and all the monks were buried with their wishes of promoting Buddhism. A thousand years later, the present abbot, Master Shi Zeli and Master Shi Juerong of Yunxiang Chan Temple, get to know the story of the one Hundred-Monk buried deep at the foot of the mountain behind the temple. So they made a grand wish to recover the glories of the temple.
What is it like to be a tree? Perhaps trees are more than what we think. This film invites you to think about this challenging question.