As Bolivia stages the 50th anniversary of Ernesto "Che" Guevara’s death, Julia an old countryside teacher is invited to share her historical story with the world: Giving a bowl of soup to the captured guerrilla in her classroom while he recited a poem about flowers to her, a few hours before his death. The invitation is withdrawn soon after, as other women step forward, claiming the story of “the soup and the flower” as their own.
After Yang Yang defies her family’s gender expectations, their conservative values and migrates to the United States, she lives a life as an accomplished musician in America. Decades later, however, when her longtime partner’s health condition worsens, it makes Yang Yang rethink her future career plans.
An Ordinary Psychotherapy Session Takes a Shocking Turn.