A middle-aged man wheels his disabled daughter through a public park. They have enjoyed their visit there. The young woman likes to look at the flowers. For a moment, their shared pleasure of the beauty all around unites them. This is especially precious given her limited ability to communicate. In recent years, however, the visits have grown less pleasant.
Often strangers approach them. They stare coldly at the child-like woman in the wheelchair. Then they turn to the father and ask him why he has had not had this ‘one’ killed.
This is not 1930s Nazi Germany, but twenty-first century, once Catholic Belgium. In 2002, euthanasia was made legal in Belgium.