Neel, 50 years old and mother of three, is terminally ill. According to her oncologist she only has one year to live. Neel is determined to spend the remaining time as well as possible and to die in the right frame of mind. For her, this means accepting her approaching death and closing her life in serenity. But at the same time she realizes her family will be left behind in distress. Neel still has to find a way to deal with this dilemma. Epilogue combines heaviness with lightness with poetry, and evokes questions about the end of life in a unique way. The film shows us a process for which there are no guidelines.