A divorced mother looks to protect her daughter after an unexpected tragedy. —Anonymous Isabelle (Julie Delpy) is a geneticist recovering from a toxic marriage and is raising her only daughter Zoe in conjunction with her ex-husband. Zoe means everything to her mother, but when tragedy strikes the fractured family, Isabelle takes matters into her own hands. The film begins rather benignly, though not without bitterness, sadness, and some discombobulation, as Isabelle (Julie Delpy), recently divorced, struggles to co-parent her daughter Zoe (Sophia Ally) with her ex, James (Richard Armitage), while still reeling from the aftershocks of their toxic marriage. Judging by their accents, she’s French and he’s British, though they live in Berlin, because of James’ career. Isabelle is an accomplished scientist on the verge of landing a major job when tragedy strikes and she takes matters into her own hands in a near-unfathomable way.