A few years ago, Florian Zeller was dubbed "the most exciting new theatre writer of our time" by The Guardian. Now, the French playwright is working hard to establish himself as one of the most interesting filmmakers of his generation. After shaking up the theatre scene with his award-winning trilogy The Mother (starring Isabelle Huppert), The Father and The Son, Zeller is currently adapting his successful trilogy for the big screen. After directing Anthony Hopkins as a demented father in the Oscar-winning drama The Father, he now delves into the life of 17-year-old Nicholas, who is going through a difficult period after his parents' divorce. He plays truant, drinks and lies. He hopes to find peace and calm with his father, his new girlfriend and their baby. But it turns out to be an illusion. Besides Sir Hopkins, new faces show up this time: Vanessa Kirby, Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern.