The sky is bright and clear : Chantal is one of the first female correctional officers at the Correctional Service of Canada. She quickly reaches the top to become the director of a penitentiary. However, big clouds are threatening the blue sky above her head. At 46 years old, Chantal learns that she’s living with an incurable and terminal neurodegenerative disease : amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Thunder strikes: she only has two to five years left. It’s January 2013. How does one stay calm and positive when such a storm hits? What’s the point of living when your body stands between you and your dreams, your projects and your love?