Edouard, a retired history teacher, boiling and temperamental, begins to lose his memory. Continuously called upon to carry out political and social analyzes, the man, who is used to expressing himself in the media, must suddenly become more discreet. But Edouard refuses to disappear and judges that he still has a lot to say. Since no one around him seems able to watch over him, he is placed in the care of Bérénice, young daughter of his daughter’s new spouse. The touching encounter between these two beings will lead Edouard to revisit a passage from his personal history that he had chosen to forget.