Five loosely connected stories. Man trying to kill his wife, but the wife keeps coming back. British hitman asking people their purpose in life. Father who was hypnotized to think he's a bird and is trying to learn to fly.
The film depicts five separate stories that occasionally cross over but have no real thematic connection to each other:
Aman is trying to kill his wife. She's making it difficult by constantly coming back after each murder, with an increasing array of magical powers. It's not until he's trying to dodge her rocket-propelled fists that Aman finally starts to appreciate his wife again.
Vinnie Jones plays an anonymous British hired killer, who is extremely rude to everyone he meets (through his translator). He asks them what their purpose in life is, and decides whether or not to kill them depending on their answer.
Yoko is a self-absorbed advertising executive with very strange ideas for commercials, and subsequently isn't as successful as she believes she should be. She's humiliated by the success of her professional stage hypnotist boyfriend, who she hires Vinnie Jones' character to kill.
Kobayashi is a salaryman with a loving family, who takes part in the above hypnotist's act and is convinced he is a chicken. The hypnotist is assassinated before he can undo the trick, leaving poor Kobayashi permanently believing that he is a bird. He makes the best of it by learning to fly, with the support of his endlessly supportive family.
Finally, a trio of male burglars plan their next heists around the city while two of them deal with their burgeoning attraction to each other.