As an evening party begins to wander into the night, word spreads that Renée has emerged from obscurity. This cataclysmic moment ignites Modeste’s awkward reunion with his older sibling. Renée has been missing for years, and her presence unsettles Modeste and his family, which also includes Renée's own daughter, Athene. Renée's arrival stirs a shift in the small community which surrounds the family, but also foreshadows the arrival of a lost Métis premonition. Soon Renée must confront her past, and try to put her life back together, unravelling the image of a place, burning it's figure into dream, memory, and vision.