The descent into hell of an ordinary family.
Madeline, Christian and their three children have been dreaming for a long time of a larger apartment where everyone would have their own space.
A dream made impossible by the reality of the Parisian market. When the opportunity arose for Christian to to obtain the position of curator at the Bercy cemetery, with a a 180 m2 pavilion, the Mara family did not hesitate the Mara family did not hesitate and moved in at the beginning of the summer. The children acclimatize from the panorama while Madeline, Corporal Chief fireman, saves the living Christian watches over the dead.
The harshness of his job soon awakens in the latter the need to externalize his emotions through painting. At the heart of this fragile balance where the jobs of both of them weigh heavily the house reveals its cracks. Slowly. Insidiously.
Something threatens this family recluse in the middle of the tombs. A threat that no one has yet measured the extent of it.