Two twin brothers of twenty-five years old decide to take their mother, suffering from a serious neurodegenerative disease, out of her clinic where she constantly repeats the only word: “Warsaw”. Ignoring why she is obsessed with the polish capital, they decide to take her in the family Volvo to Poland, where none of them has ever been before, hoping to unlock their family’s secrets. This aborted road trip will allow them to strengthen their bonds, to shed new light on their father’s figure and to accompany their mother in her last wishes. They may also face the—dark—horizon offered by this hereditary disease from which they are suffering too. There are, in this melodramatic novel, very strong characters (the two brothers, the misunderstood father in his solitude), and a simple but tense plot. The subjects, despite their difficulty (illness, euthanasia), are treated with delicacy and subtlety.