Life can be very difficult in the suurbs of Rome with a failed marriage and a 8-year-old girl, like Barbara, to grow, even if your name is Fortunata (Lucky). Determination, willpower, daily sacrifice, combined with a dream, are, however, what make the difference.
Fortunata makes the hairdresser at home, in black, but would like to emancipate and grow professionally to such a degree as to put on a self-styled hairdressing activity. In view of this goal it is ready and willing to do everything. A raw and evocative photograph of a Rome in dark colors, which remembers, in part, Don’t Move. Fortunata, though, is a strong woman, able to assert her right to life and happiness, in a constant and uninterrupted research of the "best." It strikes its tenacity, willpower, obstinacy, and especially maternal love, all in sharp contrast to the degradation of the environment that makes the frame.