Arthur is 6 years old. He lives with his mother, Camille, in a bubble she created just for them. That
way, the world's noise, violence and people can't reach them. Because the slightest encounter, he lightest touch, if it hasn't been anticipated and planned for, could wound them deeply. An outstretched and, a crowded bus, raindrops on their skin...
The way they are affected by Asperger's syndrome completely cuts them off from the world. But they are surviving, since Camille protects them so well from others, whom she perceives as a permanent threat. But one evening, as he's leaving the office, Aurélien crosses their path. A sense of something deeply "true" about the pair pierces his disillusionment with his own monotonous life and its perpetually unsatisfied search for truth. The truth he so craves, and which had seemed inaccessible to him until that instant. But how can he approach this intensely entwined mother and child pair without breaking their fragile equilibrium? And what about them? Are they ready to try a new experience and let him enter their life?