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.