An ode to parental love and the healing power of music, director Huang Chia-chun’s heartfelt documentary charts the unlikely formation of Sleepy Dads, an amateur band made up of six middle-aged men who all have children that are disabled by rare diseases. While these would-be rockers come from a diversity of career backgrounds – from high school English teacher and social activist to church administrator and taxi driver – they’re tightly bound by a common desire to transcend the domestic torment and live their lives to the fullest. Can these selfless fathers – many of whom total beginners in band performance – pick up their new instruments in time to rock the stage of the popular Ho-Hai-Yan Gongliao Rock Festival? “We’re not novices – we’re veterans,” a father exclaims at one point. Rock Me to the Moonprovides ample reason to believe.