Snow is an attempt to glance at the truthfulness that emerges from the fringe figures in life. It reserves a special tenderness for the powerless, the mediocre, the vulnerable and the sensitive characters in this world. They are not so polished, smooth, articulate and witty; they make mistakes just as in real life. They are genuine.
There is no story in Snow, no clever plots - just subjects. The film shows what people are, not what they want to be, or what they should be. There is no criticism, no categorization, no answers, and no analysis.