On the path that leads to the village cemetery, a procession of women in black brave the sun's heat, clutching to their breasts photos of their husbands, fathers, or sons. Some wear veils, others a cross, but all share the same grief, the outcome of a dire and pointless war. When the procession reaches the cemetery entrance, it separates into two groups, one Muslim, the other Christian.
With a country torn asunder by war as a backdrop, Et maintenant, on va où ? recounts the unwavering determination of a group of women, from every religious background, to protect their family and villages from exterior threats. Demonstrating great ingenuity, inventing curious strategies, united by unshakeable friendship, the women have but one aim: to capture men's attention and make them forget their anger and differences.
But when events take a tragic turn, just how far are the women willing to go to avoid losing the loved ones who still remain?