A story of two people who find it too easy to just love.
Audrina Bernard (29), clever, impulsive, brash. Danny Schwartz (31), charming, quiet, ambitious. Two very different people who have one big thing in common: They are bored with their lives and long for change.
A sad autumn day, an empty café, Audrina and Danny see each other for the first time. Danny tries to light the fire in her. Audrina does what she does best: open the canister and generously pour oil on the fire. Danny is just the antagonist she's been looking for to vent. And Audrina is just the bundle of energy he wants to conquer.
As the relationship slowly harmonizes, both are caught up in their pasts. Audrina sees her sister again, whom she never really wanted to see again. And Danny has missed the opportunity to talk to his father once again. Together with Audrina, he travels to Brittany, where the deceased had retreated. Danny wants to finally come to terms with this part of his family history, but he can't deal with his father's death. His relationship with Audrina becomes sidelined, and a great void develops between them.
An abandoned bowling hall in the Breton wasteland. A pale light falls on the couple, who stare silently at the drinks. Audrina takes one last drag on her cigarette, crushes it with the ashtray, and says she has just quit smoking now. What else can the two of them say to each other?