An independent night school in Okayama Prefecture, southwestern Japan, offers a place to learn for people who failed to develop necessary academic skills during their school days. Among the students is Takeshi Inoue, who strives hard to improve himself by studying to make his dream come true. Teachers are volunteers from various occupations, from company workers to university students. But the classes face funding shortages, so they are only open twice a month for about 3 hours in the evening. We take a close look at the school's teachers and students as they take on different challenges.