The End of Loneliness Setting

Charlotte Collins and Benedict Wells
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Berdillac

A small town outside Montpellier in France, Berdillac is the ancestral home of Stephane, the father of the Moreau children. As children, Moreau and his siblings often visited Berdillac, going on outings with their parents in the countryside. Only as an adult does Jules recognize the trauma his father faced on their visits to town, as he seemed to have a difficult time reconciling with his difficult childhood there. But the house is also a place where important memories reside for Jules and his siblings. As a child, Jules experiences a moment of triumph and trauma within the same day, crossing a dangerous log but also seeing a dog drown. Both memories remain with Jules through the years as a reminder of his childhood before his parents' death.

As adults, Jules and siblings often return to the house in Berdillac, with Marty renovating the home after inheriting it...

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