In the near future, in a time of artificial intelligence, Marjorie, aged 86, spends her last painful days with a computerized version of her deceased husband. An old man who had been a well-known violinist now struggles with the passage of time as his memory starts to fail. Its reluctance is a holographic projection of the people she loved and died, in the form she wants to remind them of. She spends her time with her daughter Tess, her husband and the imperfect copy of her deceased husband, a Walter artificial version, specially programmed to remind her story of her life. As their interactions deepen, the family begins to tell different stories of her life, offering the chance to rebuild the often painful past. Bringing us forcefully in the future, the film explores memory and identity, love and loss, and forces us to face the question: if we had the opportunity, how would we choose to rebuild the past, and what do we decide to forget?