Chloe, 18, fled from her Montreal apartment. In the middle of winter, she hitchhikes to Tadoussac, a small tourist village in Quebec.
At the announcement of the closure of their nursing home at Manoir Gaulin, former psychiatric patients at the Saint-Hyacinthe hospital must reorganize their lives.
Children from a James Bay Cree community affirm and question their identity by asking themselves about the future of their generation.
Léolo presents itself as a real journey in the imagination of Léolo Lauzone, a child from a working class neighborhood in Montreal who seeks to escape the dysfunctional family in which he was born.