A global disaster takes everyone Alan loves, while giving him a chance to discover the truth behind his father’s death. What will he do?
Mid 90-ies, Great Britain
Professor Tony Walker, a nuclear physicist and an outspoken supporter of the global warming theory, dies in an explosion that resulted from carelessness during a routine experiment. He goes, leaving behind a grieving wife and an eight-year-old son, Alan.
Alan Walker, despite being diagnosed with asthma at a young age, gets a place on the British Olympic team, due to swim for his country at the London 2012 Olympics. However, all his hopes are destroyed when a global disaster – a massive tidal wave that consumes most of Europe – strikes on Christmas Eve one year before the Games. Alan survives, but the wrath of nature, something his father predicted all those years ago, takes everyone dear to him.
As part of a global aid mission, Alan ends up in California continuing his University studies, while earning a living as a gardener. It is while creating a magnificent garden – a small tribute to his mother – that he learns the truth about what happened on that fatal Christmas Eve, the truth about people he came to trust. But will his knowledge be enough? And will he get a chance get his life back?