1979. Four young women are hired to form a girl band. They can sing, they dance brilliantly and they scandalize the country. They become a popularity phenomenon. They are the DOCE. Created by Tozé Brito and active between 1979 and 1986, the female quartet Doce debuted in 1980 with the single “Amanhã de Manhã”, the first of several hits of the group. In Portugal, Doce made its mark in the first half of the 1980’s and participated four times in the Festival da Canção. They won the 1982 edition, where they competed with “Bem Bom”, a song they took to the Eurovision Song Contest (held in the UK) and which gives its name to the film.