Kiki (Isabelle Blais) has borderline personality disorder. She is a young student in literature at a university in Montreal who is lovesick. She takes refuge in alcohol and sex with anonymous strangers she picks up at a bar she frequents to forget her past; an unknown father, an institutionalized mother (Sylvie Drapeau), raised by her grandmother (Angèle Coutu), who is on the verge of death. But as she turns thirty, she meets her most painful love: herself.
Genie Award – Adapted Screenplay; Prix Jutra – Director, Best Actress (Blais), Best Supporting Actress (Coutu), Editing