Lisa Williams is used to things turning South instead of North and it's why she always has a back-up plan. When she catches her three year boyfriend with cabin staff, her back-up plan kicks into action and she's off to her banshee friend. Jenny is more than happy to have her there; but it's the kind-eyed man who's turning her world around that has her one foot in and another out.
Daniel Blanc has it all: money, charm, and a winning smile that has women sniffing after him. But that doesn't interest him. No, the woman doing the modern version of a chicken dance has a more appealing charm that could very well rival his. Her chin tilts up at every moment in challenge. Her arm could possibly be stiff stretched out to keep him and many away, but her eyes call him back with the purest, suppressed passion. She interests him. But she's not running after him, and that irks him.
Paris is the route of a powerful magic. Every second, minute and hour it grasps at the core of your heart, tearing you open to reveal the truth of your essence, and if you're not careful, you'll end up like Daniel and Lisa, entrapped in your own malady.