Romeo and his old friend Mercutio are independent Villa residents. Juliet is a permanent assisted-care resident with early onset dementia.
Juliet and Romeo fall in love and wish to marry, spending their twilight years together.
Juliet’s granddaughter, Lady Capulet, is concerned for her grandmother so late in life, and seeks to end the relationship.
Paris, an elder law specialist, is hired by Lady Capulet to persuade Juliet to sign power of attorney over to her before her dementia becomes worse. If she insists on her relationship with Romeo, she will be moved to another complex.
Juliet and her Romeo cannot face separation from each other and choose to remain forever joined in death.