Diogo, 17, likes to call his psychoanalyst mother’s female patients and masturbate while listening to them. One of these patients is Angela, 43, who has just been abandoned by her husband. When Diogo calls and says nothing, Angela thinks it's her husband at the other end of the line. When she finds out it's Diogo, she feels anger, disgust... But above all mostly she feels attracted by this person calling her every day. In love, they have to find a way to get together. But the obstacles they will have to face are innumerable.
Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1982. His first film, Tá (2007), won the Teddy Award for Best Short Film at the Berlin Film Festival. His second short, Gisela (2011), premiered at the Rio Film Festival. Screenwriter of several films such as Beyond the Road (2010), by Charly Braun, Today (2011), by Tata Amaral, and Found Memories ( 2011), by Julia Murat, among others. This is his first feature film as a director.