Nell and Eva live alone in the forest. Recently orphaned and completely isolated, they struggle for normality in a post-holocaust world in which the busy hum of society is slowly replaced by the silence of nature. From chaos comes strength however, and through this cataclysmic destruction the sisters discover their hidden power. As they blaze a path into the forest and into an unknown future, they become pioneers and pilgrims - not only creatures of the new world, but the creators of it.
At once a poignant and lyrical portrayal of the power of sisterly loyalty and a horrifying cautionary tale about the future of humanity, 'Into the Forest' is a deeply moving account of human nature and our fragile existence on earth.