Following the success of her World War II tear-jerker The Round Up, writer-director Rose Bosch returns with a light family drama set in the south of France, starring much-loved French actor Jean Reno.
Léa, Adrien and their little brother Théo, who was born deaf, travel to Provence for their holidays to stay with their grandfather Paul, an olive-grower they have never met due to a family quarrel many years earlier. It is hardly their dream holiday, and is made even worse after having learnt the day before that their father is moving out.
Within 24 hours of them arriving in picturesque Provence, there is bad blood and generational clashes between the teenagers and their grandfather, whom they initially consider an uptight control freak. However, the teens soon discover that they have misjudged Paul, especially when his stormy past resurfaces and the seventies make a comeback against the backdrop of the Alpilles hills.
During the course of their turbulent and eventful summer in Provence, the two generations transform each other.