Although he’s now eighty years old, Claude Lherminier is still as imposing as he ever was. But his bouts of forgetfulness and confusion are becoming increasingly frequent. Even so, he stubbornly refuses to admit that anything is wrong. Carole, his oldest daughter, wages a daily and taxing battle to ensure that he’s not left on his own. Claude suddenly decides on a whim to go to Florida. What lies behind this sudden trip? As he enters his final years, eccentric 80-year-old Claude exasperates one daughter while longing to see another who moved to Florida years earlier. Reality and rationality are starting to escape him, but the love of his daughters keeps his mind from leaving for good.