Anna is the proverbial homebred good girl. She goes to a residential catholic school. When she comes back home for her vacations, she has little idea what is going to happen next.
Her father deserts his family, and goes away to live in some other place. She comes to find soon that her mother is living the life of self-confinement with a local priest. Anna plans to take her vows soon, especially after what has happened. But a strange feeling emerges from her within. She is attracted towards a free-spirited young boy named Pierre, who hardly cares about celibacy, religion or even god for that matter. He makes an instant impression on the young girl, who is already in pain because of her father’s deeds. Smitten by his rogue charms, she belittles her beliefs, and her faith begins to hang in a precarious balance.
She begins to feel deep desires of both the carnal nature and those of the spirit, as she longs to be with Pierre. She can’t decide, which path to choose- the path of sacrifice and utmost devotion, or the road that leads to bliss called love.