The movie is about a teenager named Leonardo. He is blind and live with an overprotective mother. He always wants to have a more independent life and plans to go abroad. Oneday, Gabriel - a new student - arrives at their classroom and makes Leonardo’s world changing completely.
Daniel Ribeiro's slightly corny, proficiently visualized coming-of-age tale floats on the strains of B&S' music as he imagines a triangle between a blind boy, his best female friend and the new boy in school.
Anyone with a disability or who has variously challenged people in their lives (which is pretty much all of us), will enjoy the feeling of hope that permeates director/writer Daniel Ribeiro's entry into the gay, coming-of-age genre.