A man confesses. A psychotherapist, he has just published Changer le monde (Changing the World), a book in which he reveals a revolutionary method designed to cure men of all their ills. Less reflection, more action! That’s the essence of this shock therapy, which he himself applied in order to conquer the woman he has always been secretly in love with.
There is one small problem, however: our man is now in a psychiatric ward. A tragedy has occurred in his environment. Day after day, a doctor and a nurse visit him and collect his “revelations”.
In the manner of a police investigation, we discover little by little his past, as well as the turbulent relationships with his family and patients which led him to write Changer le monde... and take action.
With the rantings of this unhinged, egocentric, manipulative, demagogic, and deeply in denial shrink, Denis Michelis offers us a tragi-comedy that is more topical than ever on the constant threat of populism, the temptations and dangers of the simplification of thought—as well as offering a laugh!