Spring comes, April showers bring May flowers, and the sound of rain drenches the world. Just like the endless beauty of life, the budding flowers of the season remain fragile.
Maria Springfield lives every day through slow monotones; a spotless, empty, apartment, and a clean life. She has come to terms with her growing emptiness, still unsure of what meaning life has set for her, yet sticking to her routines.
As if the rainy season a sign, she runs into a girl that seems to not only have her life figured out but also enjoys the seemingly mundane moments. A girl willing to drench herself in rain.