Being old is not for the fainthearted.

Warmolt (76 years) talks about age; his children would rather stay out of it. So he writes down things that will be useful after his death.

Things like passwords and personal details like which Urn he prefers and what about the helium and the plastic bag?
Things that can help when his time ends, and they want to decide these things for themselves.

We follow his discussions, the organization of his practical affairs, and his confrontations when preparing for his self-euthanasia.

The decision does not necessarily mean it is an easy feat to accomplish.