Six people who have lost loved ones go to a retreat for grief therapy at Socorro Ranch. Some go willingly, and others are coerced into it by caring relatives or concerned bosses. A respected grief therapist is supposed to be there to guide and help them, but she goes into labor two months prematurely and can’t come to the ranch. So the six people are left to deal with their grief without her.
Grief rarely finds a quick solution, but by the end of the film, we will have some a idea of whether each character stands a chance of recovery, or whether inertia will drag them even deeper into sorrow and despair.