This could be Tundrup’s last migration, the end of his nomadic life on the high plateaux of the Himalayas. When the walkers arrive, Tundrup and his family will have to decide: with they sell their herd, abandon their lands and leave for the city as so many others have done before them, or stay in Karnak. Where will they be happiest? Director Marianne Chaud lived for many months amongst these men and women, using her camera to capture their words and gestures and creating unusually intimate portraits for the viewer. The film's magic builds slowly as their individual musings become universal questions, and we identify with the people in the film, seeing in them the mirror of our own desires, fears and doubts.