After leaving her family in her teens, Antonia has found a kind of balance in Rome, an urban and emotional jungle that is perfect for fitting in without having to explain too much. But on her 33rd birthday, Her defense plan fails: she fights with everyone, gets fired, has no idea where to spend the night, and ends up in a hospital, where she discovers that she has endometriosis, a chronic disease that she has probably always had, and that has undoubtedly affected her entire life-her choices and desires-making it impossible for her to truly be herself.
The discovery of the disease becomes an opportunity to get to know herself by following a strange path of psychotherapy. To survive, she must stop running and learn to stay, to manage all the knots in her life, and to find her own authentic and personal way of being a woman. Rome. In Italy. In this world. Today.