‘The past is … the past. What’s left? This day, this hour, this garden … as it is, not as it was.’
Gilles has lived a life amongst the rambling beauty of the old family home. Now he’s gone blind, and his children Hélène and Michel have returned for a few days to move him to a secure apartment.
On the outside Gilles is stoic, resigned to his fate, but inside he silently rages against the darkness.
Hélène feels the weight of responsibility – for both her father and her own family. The fragility of her marriage has her longing for the untroubled days of childhood.
Photographer Michel is on the verge of a quiet breakdown, having for years avoided meaningful connection with any human being.
Drawn together in a garden full of echoes, the three discover tender memories of a shared past unwilling to release them …