Bua (Penpak Sirikul) is a successful business woman, who lives the perfect life. When diagnosed with incurable cancer she turns her back on her husband and daughter in order to ease their pain and hide her destiny. In her self-imposed isolation, the only person that Bua lets into her life is June, an undemanding and encouraging freelance photographer (Ann Baker). At the end of her life journey, Bua is granted one last chance to discover the profound meaning of passionate love.
Da (Apassaporn Sangthong), a hardheaded columnist, has her reputation ruined when her “perfect” boyfriend emails raunchy video clips of her to all her work contacts. In order to escape the embarrassment she immerses herself in work and accepts to write a “trendy” feature about the love life of lesbians in Bangkok. She convinces Be (Kitchya Kaesuwan), a charming tomboy, to be her research subject. During the course of the assignment their relationship turns sexual and Da starts to asks herself if her feelings towards Be could be real love.