CHILD'S MOTHER GO is the story of two boys Van (Lanh Thanh) - Young software engineer and Ian (Vo Dien Gia Huy) - He is an overseas Vietnamese who loves each other now and goes to Vietnam to visit his family. In this return, Ian was not only unfamiliar with the Vietnamese countryside culture, but also faced with a family of many generations and the obligations of "hard work" such as getting married, giving birth, ... Thoughts In terms of responsibility, gender barriers made Van always torn and unable to speak. After all, did Van and Ian overcome social prejudice to express their feelings? Is your mother and family really open to Van and Ian's relationship?