In a small village on top of the mountains, Maia Zenasi, a rowdy and solitary 16-year-old tomboy, is the only girl on the local hockey team and her life, on and off the ice-rink, is tough. When Vanessa, the beautiful and dazed girlfriend of the team captain, runs away from home and hide in Maia’s family lodge, Maia opens up for the first time someone of her peers: the days they spend together will lead them to break away from the roles that the community forced them to play.
After a violent altercation, a runaway youth goes on the lam with a charming beach dweller offering an easy way out, but once they skip town, she quickly realizes that the harrowing past shes running from is one she may never escape.
In a future medieval world, after the collapse of our civilization, man has repeated all the same mistakes again, and installed a new system of law based on false science and superstitious beliefs. Worst of all their deviances now, is anyone who dares to consume or even touch the sweet-tasting Chisa flower. Once caught, they are permanently banished from the village, and made to live a life of solitude and poverty. Most prone to this deviance are children - known by elders as vessels for evil - since their natural curiosity makes them prey to temptation. Yet these rejected children, left to their own devices, free and as wild as the wind, are discovering the true power of this plant and its teachings. Its sap contain what most adult fear: a vision of the truth. They have learned so much that some villagers even accuse these children of witchcraft.