Sure, it's a variation on the coming-of-age theme, as fifteen-year-old blind teenager Leo finds himself having to deal with the jealousy of his best friend Giovana for the new student in class, whilst coming to terms with his own feelings for the boy and soon to be close friend and perhaps more, Gabriel.
Yet whilst the burgeoning sexuality / teenage crush scenarios are tried and tested, the blind angle is refreshingly different, resulting in a story that is so naturally played, that you just want to see more. No surprise then, this that sweet 'n' tender short ended up the recipient of numerous film festival awards, let alone having been picked up by the government as part of a schools presentation on sexual diversity, only to find itself too hot to handle in one state. A sad reflection on a part of Brazilian sociality for sure, given this cinematic gem beautifully defines how when it comes to falling in love, love is blind to the calling of your heart. Utterly charming, kind of goes without saying.