Shell is a young woman of 17 who lives and works at a gas station station in the hills Scottish landscape sad. Except for occasional customers of the gas station, Shell is the only company his father’s book, Pete, to whom he is devoted. Located on the border between adolescence and adulthood, Shell is struggling with itself to redefine their role and place in the family and life in general. On the other hand, Pete leads another battle, failing to get past the memory of his wife, who left him long ago when Shell was 4 years old. The link between father and daughter is difficult and unsettling.