Sixteen years ago a middle-aged Canadian named John Hanmer was mysteriously murdered in the Philippines. Surviving him were his four children named Michael, Shannon, Michael, and Shannon. This is not a typo. This is a meditative film threaded together from the subjective memories of each child, deconstructing their father's moral ambiguity across multiple planes of time, space, and reality. The film concurrently unravels John's unusual trajectory from cop to criminal while his children chase his shadow across multiple countries, towards each other and the setting of his demise.