Woo-Jin (Lee Jong-Hyuk), Jung-A (So E-Hyun) and a group of their friends go on a trip to the mountains. The group head into a dark forest which is restricted for al. The group encounter trouble and their cellphones lose all reception. Jung-A feels fear and she is also able to see into the future. Secrets of the dark forest are soon uncovered.
Yan Qing Public Security Bureau was informed there are plans to clear establish drug trafficking syndicates distribution center in Rock City, in order to avoid arouse his suspicions fell swoop break the syndicate, the Secretary Zhang Zhiguo Li Nan invited to perform with secret special operations code-named "dark line plan".
Sleeping on Dark Waters could be called a 'Making of I Don't Want to Sleep Alone,' although to do so would be a disservice to what in my mind is a little masterpiece. Like other films in Tsai's canon, Sleeping gives us a distanced glance of the everyday, showing us in a distinctly unassuming way how Tsai directs a film with a familiar cast/crew.
At once funny and oddly mesmerizing, this documentary (which has never been released in the US) is a worthy member of Tsai Ming-liang's family of films.