Mario and Claudia are going through a conflictive divorce process, marked by the dispute over the custody of their two children (Mateus, 6 years old, and Francisco, 7). Mario is an architect and a different father from the traditional, who sees joy as the main rule of education, but, through negligence or bad luck, subjects his children to unconventional situations. Cláudia, on the other hand, who has a position of responsibility in a multinational hotel chain, is focused on work and obsessed with stability. And Mario’s instability clashes with her concerns. The children live alternately with their parents, but this tacit arrangement is challenged when Cláudia takes a job in another country, a situation which leads the parents to reassess many of their certainties and to question the effects of their differences on their children’s happiness.