In Quebec, in November. Roland Fréchette leaves Sherbrooke to find his daughter Cri-Cri living in Rimouski. On the way back, they stop for the night in a motel in Joly. He speaks, but his daughter does not answer him except from time to time with a nod ... Why is Shout-Scream scared and mute? How did they come to such a situation? What will be the result of this confrontation?
The text of Marie Laberge makes us enter the intimacy of the reunion between a father and his daughter. No screams or big melodramatic flights, but a raw, surgical account that gives a chilling picture of the victimization of a loved and supposedly loved being.