For some, death is frustrating. Especially for the spirit of literary legend Marcel Proust, whose afterlife has taken a dramatic turn for the worse with the arrival of Père Lachaise Cemetery's newest resident, Jim Morrison. For Proust, the peaceful stillness of the grave has been shattered by the noise coming from Morrison's grave, and his ravaging horde of fans. Unable to tolerate the constant ruckus of "le living," Proust sets out to "evict" Morrison from the premises. Unfortunately, the great French novelist soon discovers that sometimes the living are not as quick as the dead.