A father in common: this is the only thing that MÚte and Belinda share. He is a young and experienced graphologist, in love with the character of every human being hidden behind writing. She is an elusive adolescent, balanced between awareness and self-discovery. Although they’ve practically never met, they are now forced to spend the week leading up to their parents’ wedding under the same roof. So perhaps the time has come, either to meet or to lose one another for good. In the background is a chaotic, unexpected Rome, full of sensations and surprises; around them are friends in perpetual motion, and adults always in pursuit of their dreams. It is the energy that those who have been merely grazed by life – the Sfiorati – spread throughout the city, heroes of a generation that has had everything without ever truly grasping anything: to smile, to laugh, to reflect upon a certain confusion of the present time.