On a film set, Eric Caravaca finds himself on a cemetery pathway, filled with tombstones covered with toys that have darkened over time, known as the "children's patch". As he experiences a deep sadness, one that he almost feels is not his own, he starts to reflect upon his own past and the reasons why he feels so overcome by it. And from this thinking came Carré 35 (Plot 35).
First and foremost, Carré 35 (Plot 35), is the story of a secret, that of the death of Eric Caravaca's sister at the age of three. This sister, who people had barely spoken to him about and of whom no photographs had been kept. The producer decided to make a film that would look at this forgotten life. But he found himself faced with a real challenge: how could he do this with no pictures? How could he film an empty shape?
And so Eric Caravaca embarked on a veritable investigation. Clues, important dates, official and administrative documents and even family films on Super 8… So much evidence unearthed to create the visual material and reawaken memories of Carré 35 (Plot 35).