In Everything, Everywhere at Once, we follow an overworked Chinese immigrant, Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh) who with her laundry on the brink of failure and her marriage to her cowardly husband in ruins, she struggles to cope with everything, including a bad relationship. with her judgmental father and daughter (Stephanie Hsu). And, as if facing the personal crisis wasn’t enough, Evelyn needs to prepare for an unpleasant meeting with an impersonal bureaucrat: Deirdre (Jamie Lee Curtis), the Internal Revenue Service auditor. However, as the severe agent loses her temper, an inexplicable rift in the multiverse opens, and becomes a possibility for the revealing exploration of parallel realities. Evelyn goes on an adventure where, alone, she will need to save the world and prevent an evil entity from destroying the thin and countless layers of the invisible world. Exploring other universes and other lives that she could have lived, things get even more complicated when she gets trapped in this infinity of possibilities without being able to return home.