Lotfi, in is forties; a Tunisian migrant settled in France, is living a comfortable life in Marseille. His daily life is shared between his appliances store, the local bar and his French girlfriend Sophie, with whom he's expecting a baby. His past catches up with him when his brother calls him from Tunisia to inform him that his wife Sarra has just been hospitalized following a stroke. Lotfi has to claim tutorship for his son Youssef, 9 years old & autistic, from the kid's aunt Khedija.
The cohabitation with the child that he hasn't seen for 7 years, and the problems he discovers will push Lotfi to renew with his paternal instincts and create a link with his son.
Thus, starts an inner journey where Lotfi will be confronted to the anxiety and crisis that Amr never perceives, as he continues to ignore the presence of the father he's never known, depriving him even of the slightest gaze.
And it's that absence of gaze that will be Lotfi's drive in this quest, that will push him to get in touch with his son, and open up to the world.