Noni Hazlehurst stars in this funny and very moving movie about coping with dementia.
June has been in a nursing home with a bout of Vascular Dementia, when suddenly one day she finally becomes lucid and decides she doesn’t need to be there. She walks away from the nursing home and ends up at her family home, only to discover her children sold it from under her. Her daughter Ginny shows up at the house where her mother has taken clothes from the owner’s wardrobe to wear and tells June she’s been ‘gone’ for five years and not a few months, as June had thought.
June gets into Ginny’s car when Ginny tells June that she and her brother Devon are no longer on speaking terms because of a business venture that had gone wrong. June is also told that Devon and his wife divorced and Devon is now with someone else. June is very upset about this. Devon’s career as an Architect didn’t happen and now he works in a copy place. June gets him fired after going to visit him in the building she thinks he works in as an Architect.
June becomes intent on fixing everyone’s problems but soon realises that doesn’t seem to be working well either, until June, Ginny and Devon spend an afternoon together and embark on a journey to find a man from June’s past.