Collective memory is a faculty that forgets. In 1949, Jules Sioui, pursued by the British crown for treason, began a hunger strike that lasted 72 days. His fight: the legitimate rights of First Nations.
Nearly 70 years later, Jocelyn, his little nephew, slowly unearths what remains of this hero who has marked history in his own way. What he discovers is a fascinating tale filled with the audacity of a man who saw clearly in his troubled reserve of Loretteville.