Emilienne’s life is Paradise. This isolated farmhouse at the end of a dirt road. It is there that she raises her children alone, with her courage and her land, her two grandchildren, Blanche and Gabriel, as her only resources. The seasons come and go, the little ones grow up. Until adolescence arrives, and with it, Blanche’s first love, the one that ravages everything in its path. His name is Alexander. Their relationship is forged. But as adults, Blanche’s passion for farm work, the land, nature, compels her, compels her, dominates her. When Alexandre, devoured by ambition, wants to leave, attracted by the city, their two worlds collide.