Dewi, the only child of Intan and Rahmat, has a dream to live in Canada. When she succeeds, her life in Canada comes to a halt when she is diagnosed with a rare disease: Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD), a chronic disease that makes Dewi’s life short. The doctor advised Dewi to contact her family, and then she remembered the incident that kept her from coming home for seven years of Eid. He learns that his father, Rahmat, is secretly married and has another family. Dewi’s mother, Intan, had died and made Rahmat the last person she wanted to meet. When Dewi returned, Rahmat was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. With the rest of their lives soon, will a deeply traumatic father-daughter relationship be able to become one family again?