Maximilien Desmarets de la Rochebruyère, also known by his friends as “MDR”, is an upper-middle class man in his forties who is about to take a shower, while listening to classical music. In his high-tech bathroom, all electronic devices respond to simple sounds. A whistling can activate the radio, a handclap can switch on the light, a click of the fingers can animate the red carpet.  A bourgeois man in his forties who adores that his furniture obeys him without questioning, is going to discover in music that what we possess eventually possesses us.