Matteo, turned sixteen a few days ago, throws himself out of the window and kills himself. A tragic news like many, destined to go unnoticed, if Morris Bain didn't attend the boy's funeral. A rock legend, on the wave for twenty years, Morris has always lived a dissolute life, including women, alcohol and drugs. It's inevitable that his presence pushes journalists to make the most absurd assumptions, especially after the discovery that the boy was adopted. Chester, once Matteo's best friend, knows that Morris can not be his father, so he finds the courage to face the man. They are both looking for the same thing: a reason that can explain that suicide. Thus begins a long night, where they will try to recompose the puzzle, drawing on their memories. The story of Matteo comes to life: a boy, looking for his roots. A guy who months ago disappeared for three days, returning completely changed. Three magical days that only Morris can fill, because he has lived them with him.