On a rainy Sunday in Thessaloniki, Alexander, a writer prepares to leave his lifelong home by the sea. Tomorrow, Alexander is going into the hospital, from where he knows he will never leave. He finds letters from his long-dead wife Anna, and instantly becomes ensnared by memories. He realizes how much she loved him, and how he took her love for granted. Driven as he was by his passion for writing, he feels that lost moments of happiness haunt him from an irretrievable past. But he sudden meeting with an Albanian boy seems to offer the possibility of recapturing those moments. Alexander attempts to reunite the boy with his grandmother in Albania, and so begins a mysterious journey and a touching relationship between the writer and the child. Past and present intertwine as the veil of memory is lifted to reveal an ambiguous reality.