Deaf-mute Abang (Kang-ren Wu) and his younger brother Adi (Jack Tan) live in poverty as undocumented denizens in Kuala Lumpur. All Abang wants is to live a decent life and find a way to legally obtain an ID. But the more temperamental Adi will take any shortcut to climb out of poverty, even if it means harming other people. Jin Ong, a veteran producer making his feature film directing debut, dives into the dark corners of Malaysian urban life, tracking the lives of people invisible to an indifferent society.
Ang deaf-mute na si Abang (Kang-ren Wu) at ang kanyang nakababatang kapatid na si Adi (Jack Tan) ay namumuhay sa kahirapan bilang mga undocumented denizen sa Kuala Lumpur. Ang gusto lang ni Abang ay mamuhay ng disenteng buhay at humanap ng paraan para legal na makakuha ng ID. Ngunit ang mas mapusok na Adi ay gagawa ang kahit ano upang makaahon sa kahirapan, kahit na manakit na siya ng ibang tao. Si Jin Ong, isang beteranong producer na gumagawa ng kanyang feature film directing debut, ay sumisid sa madilim na sulok ng Malaysian urban life, na sinusubaybayan ang buhay ng mga taong hindi nakikita ng isang lipunang walang pakialam.
Ong is the founder of Moore Entertainment Co., Ltd., and is a veteran in the entertainment industry. He has more than 20 years of experience in the record industry and artist management, and is a renowned Malaysian film and television producer. His filmography as a producer includes The Gathering (2014), Shuttle Life (2017), The Paradise (2019), In My Heart (2019), and Miss Andy (2020), and Shuttle Life was the first Malaysian project to win the grand prize at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Project Promotion. Abang Adik is his directorial debut, and it won the MirrorFiction Story Award and the FPP Visionary Award at the Golden Horse FPP,