Sculptor Rudro journeys to a mangrove isle in the Bay of Bengal. His modern ideas and lifelike sculptures enchant the village children. But when the local fish catch proves elusive, the elders blame Rudro’s “idolatry”. While Rudro describes climate change as the reason, the elders blame Rudro's lifelike sculptures. As a deadly storm threatens this defenseless spit of sand, Rudro finds himself center stage in a primal, elemental conflict between land and sea, man and nature, past and future.