In this film my challenge was to tackle complex issues with simplicity. It is a criticism of hypocrisy, convention, the bourgeois family structure and the clash of this context with other realities, which produce different perspectives on sexuality, coexistence and our notion of home and home. It was designed to follow the logic of a sequence plan, a cinema without a trick, with less control, bringing aesthetic language closer to the analogy of its message. I wanted to provoke a real and immersive experience in the audience. Isabela's return represents the fragility of the relationships and the individuality process, while Raji functions as the element of contrast, as it represents the simplicity of the relationships. The seeker exists and is exactly what he feels, without strings attached. The film takes place in Brazil today and reveals latent tensions in Brazilian society, but also addresses feelings and narratives inherent in all human beings.