Rome and its inhabitants wake up. Ale trains, running along the Tiber. Jane is about to visit a museum. Carla, a florist, is about to open her shop. A driver is making a delivery. Irene and Giulio search desperately for the keys of their apartment, as Giacomo, their child, plays with his tablet, ready to go out.
In the simple daily routine, the voice of a child will make us think, reminding us that every day is a conquest for everybody and even more so for some. To really and truly keep others in one’s mind is the way.