A gripping graphic novel about Alzheimer's.
A grown-up son's travel to visit his father, who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s decease and put in a care facility, also turns into a journey through memories from his childhood, youth and, eventually, adulthood.
In a shared, associative world of imagination, the son tries to understand and reconcile with his father as well as his past.
Martin Ernstsen's last graphic novel was the award-winning adaptation of Knut Hamsun’s Hunger. Now he’s back with a deeply personal story about his father and Alzheimer’s decease.