Usually, if a Filipino movie is shot in a foreign country, it is to take advantage of its festive scenery and exotic romantic ambiance. But this one is very different. The location of Greenland was chosen for its seemingly perpetual bitter cold and snowy winters, which was just the perfect backdrop for this story of desolation and depression. Elaisa Svendsen is a middle-aged Filipina woman who lives in Nuuk. She has been a widow twice-over already. She had a very testy relationship with her rebellious young adult son Karl Kleist. They have been estranged for some time because her interference with his love affairs cost him the girl he truly loved. One day, while desperate for her Vodka and Prozac fix, she met a visiting Filipino seaman Mark Alvarez at the pharmacy. Friendly and caring, Mark lent Elaisa a helping hand with her many problems. Just when Elaisa thought some sun was shining through in her life, it appears that a blizzard is threatening to cause further havoc.