Sir Michael Gifford, a legendary theater player, has been diagnosed with a rare form of Parkinson’s disease. Gifford is a grumpy, grieving, retired actor who lived in the manor in the last days of his illness. The daughter Dorothy, a Hungarian actress from Sophia’s full-time nursing candidates for the actor, makes herself or herself accepted for work. Dorothy sees this as an opportunity to learn something about the profession from Sir. But the job is not as easy as agreeing with the people around Sir and Sir.