Liz knows several things since she was a child: that she is gay, that beauty is power, and that she will never be a victim. Determined to enjoy the time she still has left on earth, she hides her terminal disease from her friends. Eva lost her son to cancer. The pain and guilt she feels has tarnished the relationship with her husband, sinking both into isolation. Heading alone on her vacation, Eva’s car breaks down leaving her stranded on the road. She ends up at Margot’s inn where she meets Liz and her group of friends, all gay. Liz makes a bet that she can seduce the straight newcomer, a cruel game. Against all odds, the encounter between these two opposite women changes their lives, setting new perspectives where love, life, and death, away from any morals, play as simple steps of nature.