“Paul, why have we grown so much apart?” asks filmmaker Ramòn Giger his busy father reproachfully. Paul Giger, a world-famous violinist, is arranging his work Karma Shadub, which he composed 30 years ago on the occasion of his son’s birth, for a performance in the cathedral of St. Gall. Ramòn films him, seeking for the human being behind the musician – the father who, he feels, has abandoned him. While the ensemble awaits the premiere with anticipation, he confronts Paul with his questions, the beginning of a painful argument. Ramòn realizes that his parents’ separation is the cause of his confused feelings.