Two journeys take place in two different periods. One is a return by rail, passing through two continents. The second is an old family photograph that traces back to war life.
Shin and Kazu are gay lovers. One day they have a fight over a trivial matter. Kazu walks out on Shin and contacts his ex-lover Takashi, only to find out if he is married now. The combination of lovers, wives and ex-lovers results in an unsatisfactory outcome which deeply affects all involved. Their spring is far away. Spring is like lovers.
The humanity of an orphaned boy is put to the test when the director of the film in which he participates encourages him to demonstrate violence, in an attempt to blur the border between reality and fiction. On the film set, located in Syria, every act of theirs is fraught with political and human significance.