Fifty-year-old Regina lives a comfortable life in a high-profile neighbourhood of Campo Grande, until five-year-old Ryane appears at her door, allegedly waiting for her mother. Regina panics, all the more when Rayne is soon joined by her older brother, Ygor. It is obvious that the kids don't come from the rich neighbourhood nor from the same social class. At first, Regina wants to drive the children to an orphanage, but she abandons that plan and decides to help the siblings find their mother who has disappeared. Sandra Kogut's subtle story of a clash of different worlds against the backdrop of a thrumming city paints a picture of the Brazilian society of today.