In the 1960s, women swooned at his passing. The mention of his name could start a stampede. The mythic figure was Michel Louvain, who became the Wayne Newton of Quebec’s pop music scene in the 1950s. His admirers are mostly grandmothers now but their youthful passion has not aged. This respectful and tender film slips gently into the daily routines of five Louvain fans, women from different generations who made a place for the crooner in their hearts and in their lives.