Poti, Nais, Ione and Das are four youngsters who have chosen to live by their own rules. But society forces them to leave their ‘selfish’ aspirations behind, so they must rethink their identities through dialogue. This is the starting point of an intimate talk between them and Marina, filmmaker and friend. With her sympathetic camera, she grasps the most insightful and fragile moments of their everyday lives – dancing, waking up together, talking a walk in a beloved setting, crying or laughing as they seek out complicity to preserve their integrity.
A many-sided portrait of a generation accused of being reluctant to grow up and forced to give up their dreams in order to survive.