On a winter’s night in 2002, his girlfriend’s asked him to meet her at a bridge to discuss breaking up. While straddling a guardrail, she accidentally fell off the bridge and died. He asked a friend to call an ambulance, but the girlfriend’s parents accused them both of murder. They weren’t prosecuted until a witness changed their original statement and claimed the two of them threw the victim off the bridge.
Thirteen years later, Taiwan Innocence Project decided to take on the case as there was no evidence apart from an altered witness testimony that indicated they threw the victim off the bridge. In the face of an unreplicable crime scene and many lingering doubts, what should one believe? How can three connected families pick up the pieces and move on?