In order to somehow resist her monochromatic gray life, Abigail keeps a diary in which she writes down everything that happens, all these sad and happy events, so contradictions are born between the outer and inner life of the heroine. It seems that the director Mona Fastvold created this epistolary film living in one notebook, due to the fact that it all consists of these memories recorded one after another.
Now, the romantic Abigail feels completely lost after the death of her daughter. "I have become my grief", she writes. The circumstances around her are not better. But this winter is rapidly changing with the arrival of the "spring" woman Tally (Vanessa Kirby) who has begun renting a neighborhood farm with her terribly jealous husband Finney (Christopher Abbott).
As the time passes, the women start spending more and more time with each other. Tally comes to Abigail and helps her with her routine, which makes Finney mad. Their friendship grows stronger, their feelings develop more rapidly and pour out into tender and sensual love. Despite the fact that there are almost no intimate scenes of same-sex love in the frame, when they appear, the breath stops and the heartbeat increases. So the story, that now begins with cold, darkness and the absence of hope, turns into a harsh hypothetical love story from which it's impossible to tear yourself away.