At the age of 86, Wai-chan fishes alone on a small boat, dreaming about retirement. Kumi is an 84-year-old villager who believes a social welfare facility "stole" her disabled son. Forsaken by the era of post-war Japan, Ushimado, a town so beloved by Shohei Imamura that he set two of his films there, is aging and declining. Its ancient culture is on the verge of disappearing. This documentary poetically depicts the twilight days of a village by the dreamlike Inland Sea.