At a ship graveyard, a man arrives seeking isolation. He carries with himself the belief that he has physically and sexually harmed people in his past. As he begins to find contentment living here, a series of encounters with an old Sikh man breaks his illusion of peace. The guilt of his present mishappenings trigger images from the life he has fled. The compounded fear from the collection of thoughts steer him into a state of worry. When routine breaks, he is propelled into the turmoil of his own assumptions.
Desperate for answers, fearful of retribution, and nothing else to fall back on, he surrenders - this time, to seek God.
“You cannot get away from yourself by moving from one place to another.” Uss Paar, Alag Alang, that translates to ‘On the other side, there is a different side’ is a story of a man who embarks upon a journey of escape, guilt and a desperation to move in search of peace.