Jill and Lucas are brother and sister. They are thirty years old and live together in a small apartment in Brussels. Their relationship is exclusive; they are inseparable.
Lucas is obese. He doesn’t speak, and suffers from a very particular problem. He hasn’t taken off his Mexican wrestler’s costume since childhood. It seems to have grown with him, it’s splitting open all over, the seams are giving under his weight, his skin is necrosed and purplish.
Jill wants him to take it off, but Lucas stubbornly and violently refuses. The woman finds herself cornered; if a solution isn’t found, she risks losing her brother forever.