Too Hollywood. Poor script. I wonder why Taiwan fails to make very many good movies.
Taipei, the present day. Fashion photographer Yang Ru-yi, 32, shares an upstairs flat with her sister, crime novelist Yang Ru-xing, 33, in a quiet neighbourhood. By chance, Ru-yi snaps an apartement window opposite, where a man and a woman are making love. Intrigued, Ru-yi does some detective work and discovers they're both married and having an affaire. Ru-xing, who has writer's block and is behind deadline on her latest book, uses Ru-yi's pictures for inspiration, incorporating the story into her novel, Zoom Hunting. But when Ru-yi later thinks the man has been murdered after a lovers' quarrel, she suspects her sister may be involved in the drama.